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We parked in a small car park on the west side of the Copper mines.
There was a well marked footpath all the way. There was a choice of two paths and we chose the short version.
The history on the information boards were really...More
Visited the museum and took the self guided tour and it was well worth it. Very informative and interesting displays. Combine this with the maritime museum and cafe just up the harbour for an interesting morning before heading out to Parts mountain for a walk.
Stayed in Amlwch for a week during which time my friend and I decided to walk our dogs up the mountain spectacular views abound and we could have happily spent several hours there would recommend you keep your dog on the lead because it could...More
Not huge but well worth a visit. The history of the copper industry and its effect on the local community is fascinating. Loads to learn. Very helpful man at reception urged us to visit the 'Copper Mountain'. So glad we did. Almost a mini Grand...More
Full history of mining in the area
Interactive and things for children to do
Quite small for the price but lady on reception was lovely
Afterwards have a walk around the harbour and maritime museum, very pretty
The Copper Kingdom centre was great. The boards along with the audio soundtracks were great. You could listen to and read as much as you wanted to. It was both informative and interesting with dialogue from 6 characters available. A great place to go before...More
As with most small museums they are quite costly to visit and do not feel like value for money and at £5.50 per adult it is a bit steep and falls right into that bracket ! not much to see or do children where board...More
Museum is a little dated with pod catchers to give you a flavour of opinions about the mining from actors. Mine didn't always work. The main film was good but more about Swansea. Dressing up opportunities and brass rubbing too.