Providing a glimpse of past, present, and life of Swansea, Swansea Museum is the oldest museum in Wales. It is popular because of the treasure of the unforgettable history of Swansea. In the museum, you will know about the different types of past objects from Swansea and also the remaining world.
Amazing six galleries are there in the main building of the Swansea Museum. Here you can explore the old Egyptian mummy and some of the objects from Welsh Kitchen. Also, every year there are small exhibitions organized at the museum. Workshops and events are also there to get more attraction of tourists and local people.
Swansea Museum At Four Location:
Swansea Museum at Maritime Quarter
Tramshed in Dylan Thomas Square in the Marina
Museum Stores in Landore
Tramshed arranges the dock comprising a floating exhibition.
Open Tuesday - Sunday
10.00am - 4.30pm (Last admission 4.15pm)
Closed Mondays except for Bank Holiday Mondays
The Maritime Quarter
Parking Facilities At Swansea Museum:
Four visitor’s car parking id free in the front of the museum
Gated car parking in five spaces for visitor’s car parking for free ( 9:00 to till 16:15)
Five spaces across the roadside and offers free parking service
Outside of the back car parking space, there is a space for disabled spaces that offer service for free
Parking across the A407 on York Street (3.00 EUR for 2 Hours)
East Burrows Road car park (2.40 EUR for 2 Hours)
Disabled parking is available at the rear of the main building. So that specially-abled people can visit the galleries easily through lifts.
CyMAL Accredited Museum
Tourism Swansea Bay Member
Quality Assured Visitor Attraction