Do visit

Immerse yourself in exhibitions shown across our seven art galleries. Listen to beautiful music and explore the Tabernacle – our concert hall in a converted chapel. Treat yourself to a mouth-watering cake in our café, or a gift from the shop, there is plenty for you to discover and enjoy at MOMA and The Tabernacle Machynlleth.

Opening times

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
Wednesday: 10am – 4pm
Thursday: 10am – 4pm
Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10am – 1pm
Sunday: Closed

We are no longer taking bookings so please just turn up.

What to do

Getting here

Find us in the centre of the historic market town of Machynlleth in the Dyfi Valley region of mid-Wales. We are located on Heol Penrallt (A487), a short distance from Machynlleth’s famous clock tower, heading towards Aberdyfi. Y Tabernacl Heol Penrallt Machynlleth SY20 9AJ

By train

MOMA and The Tabernacle are located less than five minutes’ walk from Machynlleth train station. When arriving by train, please turn left onto the main road and you will find us on the left-hand side of this road shortly before you reach the clock.

Machynlleth is on the Cambrian main line route across Mid-Wales with services to Shrewsbury (linking to Birmingham and London Euston), to Aberystwyth, and to Pwllheli.

By Bus

Machynlleth is served by a network of regular local bus services operating between Bangor, Aberystwyth, Tywyn and Newtown.

By car

MOMA and The Tabernacle are located on the A487, Heol Penrallt, running through the centre of Machynlleth. Our nearest parking is the public car park located on Heol Maengwyn (A489). The turning for this is a short distance along Heol Maengwyn on the right-hand side, travelling away from the clock tower. Free on road parking is also available around Machynlleth, however please make sure that you check time restrictions relating to these spaces.

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