Newtown Attractions

 Newtown has many attractions to occupy your time during your visit. Some that may even capture your imagination and leave you breathless, and some that might just get you that adrenaline rush you enjoy.


newtown attractionsGregynog Hall

Gregynog is a large country mansion in the village of Tregynon, 4 miles northwest of Newtown in the old county of Montgomeryshire, now Powys in mid Wales. There has been a settlement on the site since the twelfth century. http://www.gregynog.org/




The Robert Owen Museum

attractionsRobert Owen was one of the most influential thinkers and social reformers of his time. The Robert Owen Museum in Newtown, Montgomeryshire houses a collection of objects, pictures and written material relating to the life of Robert Owen. The Museum tells Owen’s story and is in the centre of Newtown just a few feet from where Owen was born. robert-owen-museum.org.uk




Linandara Art

attractionsA bohemian art gallery housed within Newtown. Various pieces of art on display inside the art gallery. We recommend you come and visit our establishment to discover amazing pieces that will set your imagination aflame. Experience someone elses world within a painting. linandara.com




Newtown afc

attractionsNewtown Football Club is one of the oldest clubs in Wales, being formed in 1875 and is one of the founder members of the F.A.W. In addition being one of the founder members of the League of Wales, now known as the Welsh Premier. www.newtownafc.co.uk




The Hafren Theatre

attractionsOur theatre/restaurant holds many shows each month ranging from plays to musicals. Open up your mind to the amazing tastes and smells of our delicious menu that will leave you wanting more, indulge in our mouth watering meals that will satisfy even the fussiest eater.

www.thehafren.co.uk




newtown attractionsNewtown Textile Museum

Newtown Textile Museum is a typical example of an early 19th century weaving shop, consisting of six back-to-back cottages on the ground and first floors and two ‘weaving’ rooms on the second and third floors running the full length of the building. www.powys.gov.uk