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All reviews old police station local history first world war anderson shelter run by volunteers victorian school room knowledgeable volunteers worth a visit police cells dam busters big heart interesting visit well worth the entrance fee interesting pieces visiting family quick visit closed down
What a wonderful museum,the passion that rob who runs the museum,has is amazing,he explains the history to you,and so does a lady volunteer,it was a wonderful experience,we are looking forward to going back again,it was fascinating thank you all
This is a lovely little museum in the main shopping street in Porthcawl. Lots of historic information pictures and exhibits showcasing Porthcawl and surrounding district over many years. Very helpful staff to answer any other questions you might have.
We visited today with our four children and dog. We were greeted with a very warm welcome from the volunteers who work there. They are very friendly and informative. The museum was the former police station and there are excellent displays in the former police...More
This is a lovely little museum and should never be overlooked during a visit to Porthcawl. The volunteers work extremely hard and are exceptionally dedicated to keeping this piece of living history alive. Based in what was the old police station, the cells are all...More
Blink and you miss it, the museum is in the Hugh street and really worth a visit, full of interesting memorabilia and wonderful knowledgeable volunteers. £1 entrance and a moving WW2 display. Well worth a visit