1940's Swansea Bay Museum
Following the recent government advice we are working towards a limited re-opening from 1st August. Please note that pre-booking is essential. Please contact the venue direct for more information and any enquiries.
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery will close to the public from 4pm on Friday 4 December, following the latest efforts to help slow the spread of Coronavirus in Wales. The current restrictions will be revised on 17 December
In line with government advice, Swansea Council is suspending many non-essential services to help the community fight coronavirus. This includes those places where public gather such as museums and galleries, and as a result Swansea Museum is temporarily closed.
Gower Heritage Centre
Set in the heart of the Gower Peninsula, the Centre is a visitor attraction and rural life museum based around a working 12th century water-mill.
Dylan Thomas Birthplace & Family Home
Come and enjoy Dylan's world with a tour of this living house where he was born, wrote and lived for over half his life.
Aberdulais National Trust
Step back into the lives of Victorian men, women and children, who helped South Wales start an industrial revolution which shaped the world.
Dylan Thomas Centre
In line with government advice, Swansea Council is suspending many non-essential services to help the community fight coronavirus. This includes those places where public gather such as museums and galleries, and as a result The Dylan Thomas Exhibition is temporarily closed.
National Waterfront Museum
During this unprecedented period, we will open for three days per week – every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday – until further notice. The Museum remains free to enter. However, all visitors entering the site will need to have booked a free ticket in advance.