So much to see and do
Craft making activities and workshops are also available at the Corris Craft Centre, in the inspirational setting of the craft studios with hands-on help and advice from the clever craftspeople themselves. Get creative and choose from a range of experiences, chocolate making, pottery painting, candle dipping and furniture building workshops are all available.
The Corris Cafe uses locally sourced produce and seasonal ingredients across its all-day menu. There’s a Welsh Deli too.
Enjoy ample free car parking (there’s coach parking too and a coach drop off point right next to the entrance), with plenty of shady spots for hot days. Dogs are welcome to visit, on a short lead. Access to all of the Craft Studios (except for the Chocablock studio where food is prepared) and the Corris Cafe and the Welsh Deli is allowed for your four-legged friends. There are some great local walks too, we suggest Nos. 1 (Corris), 2. (Cwm Ralltgoed) and 3. (Cwm Hengae).
The individual Craft Studios are linked by flat paving stones and are fully accessible to wheelchair users, there is a Changing Places facility available to use with a RADAR key. A key is available from The Corris Cafe during opening hours.
You may be treated to an air display too... Corris Craft Centre offers a great viewing point for spotting fast jets using the Mach Loop. This low flying training area is used by the RAF and USAF. Find out more about the area and the aircraft on the Mach Loop information display at the Craft Centre.
Corris Craft Centre is one of the best days out in Wales with award winning visitor attractions starting here too. King Arthur’s Labyrinth, Corris Mine Explorers and Lost Legends of The Stone Circle all start from the Corris Craft Centre.
We can’t wait to welcome you safely and to share the Corris Craft Centre experience with you, this is so much more than just a shopping trip.