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Llandudno Museum & Gallery

From visiting the site of the first cell of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies in Wales formed in 1907, or exploring the Jewish history of Llandudno, to wandering the inspiring landscapes of the Great and Little Orme, Llandudno Museum and Gallery offers a range of local historical and biodiversity walks for all ages and abilities.

Location & Opening Times:

17-19 Gloddaeth Street

Llandudno, LL30 2DD

Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 10a.m. – 5p.m.

Opening Dates: February 1st to December 17th 2022.

Prices: Adult £6

The Museum collections total 9,000 artefacts, these fall into 5 broad areas covering natural history and geology, local decorative and fine art, social history, and military history. Together the collections build a picture of the development of our seaside resort from the prehistoric age to current day affairs. We are considered to have a selection of some of the finest archaeological collections held in an independent museum in Wales. Our exhibits reflect a truly international collection that is rare and distinctive for such a small regional Museum.

Our museum was founded by Francis Edouard Chardon in 1925 who bequeathed his home, Rapallo House, and his collection of decorative and fine arts and artifacts to Llandudno for the enjoyment of the people. We intend to establish Llandudno Museum and Gallery as a key all-weather heritage attraction in North Wales.

Weekly Heratige Walks from June

At Llandudno Museum & Gallery, we are beginning our first season of weekly Heritage Walks around the town. The walk is designed to introduce newcomers to Llandudno. The walk will provide additional historical facts to the wonderful buildings in the town.

This season of walks will begin on Thursday 9th of June at 11am. The guided walks will continue every Thursday at 11am until August.  You can buy tickets for yourself online or on the door.

If you want to know more about the history of Llandudno, book onto one of these excellent tours, organised and led by the volunteers of Llandudno Museum.

For more information, email or call us at 01492 701492.