King Arthur’s Labyrinth
Deep underground in the mountains of Southern Snowdonia, behind a magical waterfall, are the immense caverns and winding tunnels of King Arthur’s Labyrinth, alive with Welsh Myths and Legends. The stories told are ancient Welsh tales of Dragons, colossal Giants, and the mighty King Arthur who, with extraordinary powers, defeated the advancing Saxons and brought a time of peace to our Islands.
For 2017 King Arthur’s Labyrinth will be celebrating the Welsh Year of Legends with the unveiling of Dragon River, a new feature of the Labyrinth adventure. Dragons have been used as a symbol of Wales since Arthurian times but here these ferocious beasts remain the Guardians of the Labyrinth.
Dragon River, together with other exciting developments will be unveiled on Saturday 1st April when King Arthur’s Labyrinth reopens for 2017.
Brand new Gift Vouchers are being launched for the Welsh Year of Legends – a unique gift idea for a journey back in time enabling recipients to immerse themselves in the mythical Labyrinth and a land of dragons.
Visit their website for more information.
We have put together suggested itineraries called Myths and Legends and The Trail of King Arthur.
We also have a fact file about True Myths. You can also learn more about King Arthur by clicking here.
Published 24 November 2016