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One of the world’s most visited eco-centres, CAT features hands-on displays and practical examples of sustainable living, renewable energy and organic gardening. A not to be missed attraction.
While you’re here, enjoy a delicious meal in our wholefood restaurant and get some inspiration in our green bookshop. CAT is a great place for children too, keeping little hands and feet busy for hours.
01654 705950 www.cat.org.uk
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Information on Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) , Machynlleth
|Opening Times:||All year, Daily except 23-28 Dec & 4-10 Jan 2011. Cliff railway operates 1 Apr to 31 Oct.|
|Admission:||Easter to Oct, Adult £8.50, Child £4.00, Under 5´s Free, Concession £7.50. Nov to Easter, Adult £6.50, Child £4.00, Under 5´s Free, Concession £5.50.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||3 miles to the Centre for Alternative Technology from Machynlleth on the A487.|
Baby changing facilities, Organic Gardens, Picnic Area, Coaches Welcome, Free Parking, Full Disabled Access, Gift Shop, Green Book Shop, Guided Tours, Refreshments, Wholefood Restaurant
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