Brecon Beacons The Brecon Beacons are the centre piece of the national park and include the highest peaks in South Wales with views as far away as the Bristol Channel and Devon.
Military Museum Brecon is the home of the South Wales' Borderers 24th Regiment
Brecknock Museum Brecon is a typical Welsh market town. It has had it's share of happiness, sadness, characters and folklore, and the museum portrays all these in a well presented way.
Theatr Brycheiniog Has a full and varied programme.
Tretower Court & Castle This fine fortress and manor house stands in the valley between Brecon and Crickhowell and caters for visitors in an excellent way.
Brecon Mountain Railway The 7 mile round trip takes in some of the most beautiful scenery in the National Park.
Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre Set in a beautiful position to the West of Brecon the Visitor Centre looks straight into the glacial valley of Cwm Llwch with Pen-Y-Fan high above. A very nice place for lunch.
Canal Barge trips You can board a barge for a trip along the beautiful Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal next to the Theatre in Brecon.