NATIONAL CORACLE MUSEUM
Petit Futé's opinion on NATIONAL CORACLE MUSEUM
In a former 17th century mill, in the heart of beautiful nature, National Coracle Museum is a museum is dedicated to the coracle. A coracle is a somewhat primitive boat from the era still used in some parts of the world. It is a kind of round boat like a half coconut that was used by the Celts for river fishing. It is still used today by some fishermen around Cenarth and - above all - excursions are organised for the curious. It takes about 45 minutes to visit the site, including the tour.
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Open from Easter to the end of September, 7 days a week except Saturdays, from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm. Admission: £2.50 per adult, £1.50 per child.