National Coracle Museum
National Coracle Museum
  • National Coracle Museum,
    Cenarth Falls,
    Newcastle Emlyn,
    SA38 9JL
The National Coracle Museum contains a unique collection of coracles from Wales and around the world set in the grounds of the 17th century mill beside the salmon leap falls. The manager of the National Coracle Museum is Martin Fowler.

Guided Tours

Tours are available of the coracle exhibition are available and can be booked in advance. 

A tour lasts about 30 mins. Groups of over 50 people may have to be divided into two groups. 

A visit to the 17th Century Mill is included in your trip. 

Please allow at least 45 mins for the visit. 

Group rates £ 2.00 per head for groups of 20 or more. 
£2.50 for smaller parties. Children £1.50 

School Visits

The National Coracle Museum tells the fascinating story of one of the oldest forms of water transport from teh first civilisations of the world.

A visit covers many school subjects: Geography, Maths, History, Science, Literature.

The exhibition has a collection of coracles from around the world: Indian, Vietnam, North America, Tibet, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.

There are examples from many Welsh rivers and the guided tour shows how coracles are made and the method of net fishing which is still used in West Wales today.

A visit to the 17th century flour mill beside the salon leap falls is included.

For more details, contact Martin Fowler on 01239 710 980 or e-mail:

Other information

Ample coach parking in Cenarth village. 

Tea rooms next door offering home made food and ideal for morning coffee or afternoon tea. 

Local pubs can also provide lunch for evening meals. 

Opening Times

From Easter until the end of September from 10:30 - 17:30 every week from Sunday until Friday.

Social Interaction