The village grew around the Aberdulais Falls, the site of successive Industries and now a hydro-electric Station. Other local attractions include a canal and the Cefn Coed Colliery Museym. Peter Hain MP is a resident of the village.
Aberdulais has been the hear of many businesses for a number of years. The National Trust now run the site as a tourist and historical venue. The water wheel at Aberdulais Falls produces ?20000 worth of electricity that powers the site and the surplus is sold back to the National Grid.
Aberdulais is also the name of an electoral ward covering the village. It is a constituent of the parish of Blaenhondda
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