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The largest camera obscura at the top of the cable railway. You can walk up to it.
The £1 entry fee is well worth it. The now modern controls allow easy use of the obscura. A beautifully Victorian piece of engineering - but you can...More
You can walk up to this or take the cliff railway. It's right on top and it can get blustery so dress accordingly as there is a walk round outside the building half way up. It gives great views of the town and surrounding countryside...More
The obscura was shut so can't say anything positive about that but the café was good with a nice view overlooking the bay and Aberystwyth In response to questions the sun rises in the East so it would be a better place for a sunset...More
I wouldn't advise going out of your way to see this attraction, but, if you are heading up Aberystwyth's Constitution Hill anyway, by foot or the Cliff Railway, then, for £1 per person, it is worth a visit. There is a small gift shop with...More
I took the cliff railway with my friends and their kids in the afternoon, it was really fun and interesting for all of us. The view there is so beautiful and I really couldn't resist to walk up to the hill next morning to enjoy...More
Was expecting a bit more but that could have been due to my lack of understanding. It’s worth a visit for a £1 or 2 if you are a family. There is a balcony around it which gives great views. Look at my pictures this...More
Nice views on the town below and surrounding areas. On a clearer day the images could have been even better. Upon entering the obscura there was multiple families, lots of children controlling the camera. Amazing clarity from the lens.