Site of the National Wool Museum. This museum of the Welsh woollen industry is housed in what was formerly the Cambrian Mills. It now has an exhibition on the machinery and techniques used in the production of the wool products that were, and still are, made here – including shirts, shawls, blankets, socks, and more – and offers the chance to try out some of these techniques for yourself. A building adjacent to the main exhibition contains working looms that can be observed from a balcony above as the intricately patterned cloth is produced.
The museum has a coffee shop, gift shop, and picnic area.
Access is free and the museum is open all year round:
April-September: seven days a week from 10am to 5pm
October-March: Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm
(Tel. 01559 370929)
Museum grid ref.: SN355392
Access: Wheelchair access is good.
Getting There: Signposted with brown tourist signs. Turn off the A484 opposite the Henllan bridge.
Bus: the 460 service from Carmarthen to Cardigan goes via Drefach. For times see:
Parking: Car Park
Information on two circular walks from Drefach Felindre, one 6 ½ km (4 miles) and the other 8km (5 miles) is available from here.