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About The The Cycle Museum

A wide range of early period bicycles are displayed, it is one of the great strengths of the collection, including the following that are worthy of note: A replica Hobby Horse circa 1818, together with a replica Macmillan circa 1839 - 40. A wooden tricycle, which must be one of the very few examples of such an early machine in the country. The display includes six Boneshakers including a Michaux and a C Taylor manufactured in Bristol. Recently, an Otto bicycle (or dicycle) made by BSA in 1881 joined the collection. Two transitional Boneshakers, a Beale & Strawe Facile, Hillman & Cooper Kangaroo and two Crypto machines along with ten Ordinaries. The National Cycle Museum is well sign posted on all routes into Llandrindod Wells, motorists should follow the brown "Penny Farthing" signs to the car park at the rear of the Museum. The Collection houses hundreds of cycles in period settings, including examples from 1819 through to the present day. It also displays rare components and accessories from this period. The National Cycle Museum welcomes visits from schools in the locality, items are also available for film & TV productions. Refreshments and toilet facilities are available within the building during weekdays only.

OPENING TIMES : The museum is open 10am-4pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year (excluding week between Christmas and New Year) Open other days/ times by arrangement for groups.

Contacting the Museum

Please do not contact directly about theCycle Museum as they will not be able to reply to your mail.

Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.

▶ Address : The Automobile Palace, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DL, Mid Wales.

▶ Contact Number : 01597 82 5531

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