Virtual Tour: The New Dylan Thomas Exhibition


C 28th October 2014    T Dylan Thomas, Dylan Thomas 2014, Dylan Thomas Festival

Love The Words - New Permanent Dylan Thomas Exhibition at the Dylan Thomas Centre

A Brand New Permanent Exhibition At the Dylan Thomas Centre

Yesterday (27th October), on Dylan Thomas’ birthday, a brand new exhibition was opened in his honour. After three years of hard work, the staff at the Dylan Thomas Centre declared their brand new ‘Love The Words’ exhibition open. We had the pleasure of going down to see it today and it is fantastic. Explore the timeline of Dylan’s life and discover more about his achievements, influences and interests. You can even get hands on in a number of interactive features scattered through the exhibition, but we won’t tell you about the ‘Llareggub’ one. It’s a little bit naughty.

 

Take the Tour

Take a virtual tour of the brand new Dylan Thomas Exhibition ‘Love The Words’ by watching the animated GIF below. This is just a taster of the fantastic new permanent exhibition at the Dylan Thomas Centre. You can find our more information about Dylan Thomas here on visitswanseabay.com. But to experience the magic of this exhibition, you will have to visit in person.

Even in the first two days of opening, the new exhibition had received visits from as far afield as New York and Australia.

The Dylan Thomas Festival is currently in full swing (October 27th to November 9th 2014)! Download the full Dylan Thomas Festival Programme here.   

The Icing on the cake

In the gallery below, you’ll even find the winning design for Dylan’s 100th birthday cake.     animated-dylanThomas-exhibition-tour

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