Motorhome Hire Torfaen

The county borough of Torfaen falls within the borders of the County of Monmouth. Torfaen translates to crush-stone and is a former name of the Afon Lwyd River, and it comprises of the commercial valley of the Afon Lywd and the enclosing moorlands and hills. The town of Pontypool served as the administrative centre and was once a metalworking hub that was the first British town to manufacture tinplate. The Blaenavon Ironworks regions including the historic industrial landscape linked to it is a UNESCO World Heritage site while the community of Blaenavon now serves as a Big Pit National Coal Museum.

Take a tour with an ex-miner around the award-winning National Coal Museum for a first-hand taste of the life of a miner during the booming Industrial Revolution. The Blaenavon Community Museum pays tribute to Blaenavon’s cultural heritage and includes an extensive exhibition containing artefacts encompassing a variety of topics ranging from local war heroes to churches. Set on the fringes of Brecon Beacons, Blaenavon's Heritage Railway transports visitors from Whistle Inn in the north all the way to Big Pit Halt. Blaenavon Ironworks is perhaps one of Europe’s best-preserved ironworks from the 18th-century and offers free admission to all. Reserve your Torfaen motorhome hire with Camperbug to see these sites and more!

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