About Llangollen Museum

Admission is FREE

Llangollen Museum has been open since 2002. The museum was set up by a group of volunteers to allow both visitors and local people easy access to information and displays about the heritage of the area. In 2004 Llangollen Museum became a registered charity and moved to the present location in the centre of town.

The museum features displays on all of the subjects included on this web site as well as many others. In our archives we have thousands of photographs of Llangollen and the area and a large number of maps and documents. We also have may records detailing people and places throughout the history of the area. There are audio visual displays, computer displays and a children's section. We also have a small shop where cards, books, local crafts and many other items can be purchased. In addition there are displays of art in the gallery area, all of which are for sale in the shop.


To find the Museum

Llangollen Museum is situated on Parade St, which leads off Castle St, the main street through the town centre. There is parking close by. Disabled visitors to the museum are welcome to park in the museum car park from which there is single level access to the ground floor of the museum. There is at this time unfortunately no disabled access to the gallery area, although images of most things on display in the gallery can be viewed on the computers on the ground floor.

There are no public toilet facilities available in the museum, although the public toilets are only 200 metres away.

The Museum is open every day except Wednesday from 10.00am  until 4pm.

Admission is FREE

Tel: 01978 862862

email: enquiries@llangollenmuseum.org.uk