Powis Castle: A medieval castle, fortress and grand country mansion located near the town of Welshpool. The residence of the Earl of Powis, the castle is known for its extensive, attractive formal gardens, terraces, parkland, deerpark and landscaped estate. The property is under the care of the National Trust, who operate it under the name "Powis Castle and Garden".
Lake Vyrnwy: A Victorian reservoir and stone-built dam, built in the 1880s, was the first of its kind in the world. The Nature Reserve and the area around it are jointly managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), and Severn Trent Water. It was built for the purpose of supplying Liverpool and Merseyside with fresh water The Reserve is designated as a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a Special Protection Area, and a Special Area of Conservation.
Pistyll Rhaeadr: An enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains near Llanrhaeadr. At 240ft (80m) high it is the UK's highest single drop waterfall. It is a great place to explore the Berwyn Mountains and surrounding hills, with many walks on all levels to suit a variety of walkers.
Llangollen: The Festival Capital of Wales. Canals, The Llangollen Steam Railway, the Horseshoe Pass, the Horseshoe Falls, Plas Newydd, and The Pontcysyllte aqueduct, the highest and longest aqueduct on the canal system.
Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway: A 16 mile return journey by narrow gauge steam train through beautiful Mid Wales countryside.