Aneurin Bevan Memorial Stones
The stones mark the spot where Aneurin Bevan, Labour MP and architect of the National Health Service, addressed his constituents and the world.
Bedwellty House & Park
A listed Regency villa surrounded by a historic garden
Festival Park Owl Sanctuary
The Owl Sanctuary has over 50 birds of prey, including owls, hawks, falcons and buzzards
A stunning monument commissioned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1960 mining disaster in Six Bells
The Nantyglo Roundhouse complex is a unique relic of the Industrial Revolution
View the remains of this early iron-making empire
St. Illtyd’s Church
Visit St Illtyd's church, the oldest standing building within the Borough
Tredegar Town Clock
Built in 1858, the iron clock tower is a symbolic reminder that the town's existence and growth was due to the production of iron
Tredegar Medical Aid Society Heritage Centre
This heritage centre tells the story of how Aneurin Bevan MP as Minister of Health used the society as the blueprint for rolling out free healthcare for everyone when he ‘Tredegarised’ the UK.