Baker Street Cinema, Abergavenny

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Both screens feature Luxury Armchairs with Cup holders. The cinema is Fully Accessible with two wheelchair spaces in each screen.

Payment by Cash or Credit/Debit Cards.  Card handling fee 25p per Transaction. Parking available in the nearby Trinity Street Car Park.


Other things to do...

 

Llanthony Art Courses

Creative courses in an inspiring location – short creative courses in water-colour, oils, digital photography and stone carving

 

Kevin Walker Mountain Activities

Kevin Walker has been running navigation and hill-skills courses from Crickhowell since 1978, and offers a warm, Welsh welcome

 

Blaenavon Ironworks

The World Heritage Site of Blaenavon, just a short drive from Crickhowell, was at the centre of many developments during the Industrial Revolution. The ironworks here, built in 1788, is one of the best preserved in the world

 

Hopyard Cycles

A range of cycles to hire – suitable for all the family plus quality mountain bikes – perfect for cycling around Monmouthshire, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the surrounding areas

 

Beacon Park Boats

Hire a luxury electric boat or Canadian canoe for the day, half-day or by the hour from the terminus of the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal

 

Brecon Beacons Park Society walks

Take a Walk in the Park! As a part of its annual programme of activities the Society organises guided walks in or close to the National Park every Friday, Saturday and Sunday

 

Capel y Ffin Church

A tiny church in a remote spot

 

Black Mountain Activities

At Black Mountain Activities we specialise in a wide range of outdoor activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, archery, gorge walking and many more

 

Cwm Claisfer Nature Reserve

The wooded reserve of Cwm Claisfer is a mixture of commercial forestry with areas of high nature conservation interest

 

Grange Trekking

Pony trekking and riding for experienced riders and beginner

 

Llanthony Priory

Romantic ruins, painted by JMW Turner amongst many others, in a breathtaking site – well worth the trip

 

Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal

The canal passes just a mile from Crickhowell, skirting the edge of Llangattock village on the opposite side of the River Usk. The canal is one of the most picturesque of the UK’s leisure waterways, flowing peacefully through stunning scenery and close to nature