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All reviews egyptian mummy world war egyptian room free entry impressive display mouse trail pottery room wwi trench local history steam engine lovely old building within mins disabled access interesting exhibits dylan thomas interesting place few hours
Lovely museum and free to enter! Theres lots to look at and the staff are wonderful going out of their way to help you find what you are looking for. The ceramics room is beautiful. Definitely worth a visit
Visited this museum during half term, and spent longer than expected exploring a relatively small place with lots to look at.
I guess the reason why we spent longer than expected was the children’s activity sheet or mouse trail, plus the ‘find the skulls’ hunt,...More
We were passing and spent an hour in this free to enter museum. The First World War exhibition was excellent and very poignant. The mock up trench particularly so. The artefacts were fascinating.
Really worth a call!
It’s only a small museum and it’s free to go in but, even so, we found the museum a bit odd. There’s some really special pieces within the museums collection, such as the mummy, and we really enjoyed seeing that and some of the other...More
The Museum provides many unexpected surprises.
In two buildings, the Main one houses Art works, an Egyptology
exhibition, World War One exhibition and an amazing collection
of porcelain - Swansea,Nantgarw and other famous potters.
User friendly- it has a childrens trail which takes the children...More
my two grandchildren and very inquisitive found that the museum and fount the museum brought up so may things to ask about, If I was not certain there was someone who could help. There is a wide range of displays that allow the children to...More
Enjoyed looking round this one more than the Waterside museum, there were lots of different things to see and the children enjoyed searching for the mice and getting stickers. Both are free. It is easy to park in the Waterside car park and walk round...More