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Museum of the Home
Judy and St John Stimpson invite you into their home to share Their unique collection of over 3,000 Bygones in this beautiful setting just across the road from Pembroke Castle.
Museum of Welsh Life
One of Europe's foremost open air museums, becoming Wales' most popular heritage attraction - includes collections of art, archaeology, natural history, geology, social and industrial history.
Situated in the heart of the town, Neath Museum and Art Gallery traces the history of the area from Prehistoric times.
Nelson Museum & Local History Centre
Horatio Nelson was born in Norfolk, died at sea, and is buried in St Paul's Cathedral - yet Monmouth is home to a magnificent collection of Nelson material.
Old Police Station & Museum
In the centre of town, and used as a working Police Station from 1881 to its closure in 1974, this listed building still has the original charge room which now houses the local Tourist Information Centre.
At Valley Inheritance Museum displays and audio visuals combine vividly to tell the story of the Torfaen Valley and its people from earliest times to the present day. Llanyrafon Farm Museum aims to illustrate the farming history of the Valley.
The Museum consists of a pictorial history of Barmouth Lifeboat Station plus some artefacts pertaining to the lifeboats. There are also some pictures of Barmouth in Victorian times. The Museum also houses the RNLI souvenir and gift shop.
Scolton Visitor Centre
Discover more about your environment, landscape, wildlife, history, culture, energy resources and much, much more….
Techniquest - The UK's leading hands-on science discovery centre.
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, collection of art and historic artefacts related to Tenby area. Paintings by Augustus John, Gwen John & Charles Norris.
Museum for Caerphilly County Borough. Unearth the hidden history of the area, research your family's past, take part in one of our many events and discover the Victorian Winding Engine!
Abergavenny Museum & Castle
Abergavenny Museum presents the story of this historic market town from Prehistoric and Roman times right through to the present day.
Afan Argoed Countryside Centre
Welcome to Afan Argoed Countryside Centre. Run by Neath Port Talbot County Borugh Council. South Wale's very own Forest Park boasts more than 9,000 acres of woodland, specially set aside by Forest Enterprise Wales for you to explore and enjoy.
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture. Andrew Logan creator of the Alternative Miss World, displays his works of art in a museum in Berriew, Mid Wales.
Cefn Coed Colliery Museum
Cefn Coed Colliery is unique, standing as it does in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt valleys in the South Wales coalfield.
'Probably the most beautiful Museum in Britain' - Come and judge for yourself. Welcome to The Coliseum former Theatre and Cinema now home of the Ceredigion Museum and Gallery.
Chepstow Museum reveals the rich and varied past of this ancient town, once an important port and market centre. Wine trade, shipbuilding and salmon fishing are among Chepstow's many industries featured in displays with atmospheric settings.
Enter the world of a bustling Victorian household and discover what life was like over 100 years ago.
Llangollen Motor Museum
We try to be interesting and informative but most of all to demonstrate the charm and character of our motoring past. The museum is not just two rows of old cars quietly rusting away.
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