The site can be seen from the road at all times. Bersham Ironworks is open by prior appointment for group visits and on special open days only.
Highlights of a visit to Bersham Ironworks include the excavated remains of the first blast furnace in Wales to smelt iron with coke, a unique survival of an 18th century wooden waggonway used to transport raw material to the works and tools and personal items found during the archaeological excavation. Displays tell the Ironworks' story and a light and sound presentation re-creates the typical workday of an 18th century foundryman.
- Parking on site
- Picnic tables on site
- Wheelchair access to ground floor displays only (ring 01978 318 970 for advice)
- Guided tours for groups on request. Contact Bersham Heritage Centre on 01978 318 970 to arrange a tour. There is a small charge per person for guided tours. Minimum group number: 12.
- Toilets, souvenir shop, ice creams and cold drinks available at nearby Bersham Heritage Centre (Ten minutes walk along the road.)