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A Dark Age Boatman at King Arthur's Labyrinth
A Dark Age Boatman at King Arthur's Labyrinth
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Sail underground, through the veil of a waterfall
Sail underground, through the veil of a waterfall
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Ancient myths and legends unfold in the Labyrinth
Ancient myths and legends unfold in the Labyrinth
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Enjoy tales of Dragons at King Arthur's Labyrinth
Enjoy tales of Dragons at King Arthur's Labyrinth
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The Guardian of King Arthur's Labyrinth
The Guardian of King Arthur's Labyrinth
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The sword in the stone at King Arthur's Labyrinth
The sword in the stone at King Arthur's Labyrinth
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The legend of Bran the Blessed
The legend of Bran the Blessed
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The legend of The Battle of Camlan
The legend of The Battle of Camlan
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About King Arthur's Labyrinth

THE UNDERGROUND STORYTELLING ADVENTURE
Sail through the magical veil of a waterfall into a legendary world awash with stories of dragons, giants, fierce battles and the legendary King Arthur.
Once your boat docks you will be guided through winding tunnels and vast caverns of the Labyrinth by your guide, a hooded Dark Age Boatman. Inside the Labyrinth ancient Welsh legends unfold:

ANCIENT WELSH LEGENDS
-Enjoy the ancient Welsh legend of The Battle of Camlan, where King Arthur battles his evil nephew Mordred.
- Hear the story of King Gwrtheyrn, who was trying to build a new castle in North Wales but each night the foundations crumbled. With Merlin's help, 2 dragons were found fighting deep underground, one Red and one White.
-Enjoy the ancient tale of Bran the Blessed, King of the island of the Mighty many years before King Arthur was born. Find out the drastic action that King Arthur took when he was told that "Bran the Blessed's magical powers still protect the country today"
These ancient Welsh legends, and more, unfold deep underground with dramatic scenes, light and sound Enjoy an exciting finale - Dragon River. Your adventures underground may disturb the Guardians of the Labyrinth. Will you avoid their clutches and return safely to the outside world?

The tales told are many of the earliest Welsh legends which celebrate the coming of Arthur, a King with extraordinary powers who defeated the Saxons and brought peace to our Islands.

Cool when hot and dry when wet, this is the perfect attraction for all ages in all weathers.

The adventure continues above ground with further attractions to explore.

In Lost Legends of The Stone Circle you'll find more mythical stories, intriguing characters and The Stone Circle as you navigate the snaking paths of a maze. Pick up clues from around the maze to complete our quiz and you'll win yourself a medal!

King Arthur's Labyrinth & Lost Legends of The Stone Circle start from the CORRIS CRAFT CENTRE in Mid Wales which is also home to 9 craft studios and the resident designer-makers. Find unique handcrafted items for your home, garden and gifts for others. You can also drop by to make your own crafts.
Ancient Welsh Legends unfold underground
Ancient Welsh Legends unfold underground
THE CORRIS CAFE
Next to King Arthur's Labyrinth is The Corris Cafe where delicious local produce is used across the all-day menu. Enjoy freshly ground morning coffee (the coffee beans are expertly roasted by the Baristas at Zealots Coffee in North Wales) tea, hot chocolate or a cold drink with a great selection of locally baked cakes and biscuits. There’s an all day Breakfast bap menu too, choose from Welsh sausages, bacon, eggs and mushrooms or enjoy a tasty fully loaded breakfast bap with all four fillings.
The delicious lunch menu includes the popular Welsh rarebit, a real burger menu with Welsh steak, Welsh lamb, Welsh bbq, Welsh rarebit and vegan burgers all served on a sourdough beer bap. Brand new for 2022, the Dyfi Dog, the dogs are made especially for us by Rob Rattray butchers (and can be bought in the Welsh Deli next door) and served in a brioche bun with optional ketchup, mustard and caramelised onions. Other options include homemade soup, Welsh lamb cawl, a range of jacket potatoes and freshly made sandwiches.
Enjoy afternoon tea with freshly baked scones and Bara Brith. A range of speciality teas and traditional teas (freshly ground coffee or choose from a range of cold drinks if you prefer) are available.
Tell the staff about any food allergies or special diets, they will be able to cater for your needs.
There is free WIFI with seating available indoors and outdoors.

WELSH FOOD AND DRINK SHOP
Linked via an archway from the cafe is the Welsh Deli, a Welsh Food and Drink shop where you'll find shelves of mouth-watering produce which has been grown, reared and produced often within a few miles of Corris. Browse the shelves for Welsh honey, ciders, beers, wines, whiskey, jams, chutneys, preserves, Welsh chilli products, biscuits, cakes, Welsh coffee and teas, eggs, cheeses and lots more. Welsh food and drink hampers are a speciality and available all year round; choose delicious Welsh produce from our shelves and we will create a perfect hamper for you to take away.

With free parking and lots to do why not make a day of it...

Location

52.6541176, -3.84964943

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