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Having visited Llandudno many times in the past, the museum seemed to be one we'd always walked past. However, having decided to go in this visit, we were fascinated with the long history of old settlements & artifacts from explorations on the Great Orme. Well worth adding to your to-do list.
Quite interesting place to spend about an hour+ depending on your interests, best part was info about Blonwyn, remains found on the Little Orme
Llandudno Museum is well worth a visit to see the oldest piece of Welsh art - a decorated horse's jaw bone and Blodwyn - a prehistoric skeleton. There is also a range of interesting artefacts from the area.
We stayed at the Wedgwood hotel and they gave us a card to present at the museum to get in free. It looks small from outside and admittedly we walked by it twice without realising it was there. Once inside the history of Llandudno draws you in.
Take a trip back through time: Spot the footprint on the Roman tile; Find out about work in Llandudno's Copper Mines; Visit the Welsh kitchen with its traditional furniture, pots and pans; Learn how the town developed as a major holiday resort; Discover more about Llandudno in wartime; Or view the magnificent paintings and sculptures from around the world. There's... 更多
Make sure you go and see Llandudno's oldest resident, Blodwen! Really interesting to find out more about the towns history.
We drove round and round and round for about 30mins trying to find a parking space (my mum is disabled) . Didn't find one, disappointed as the museum had been recommended to us.
The Museum, like most, has stories to tell, from Llandudno of the past from the stone age right through to today, I found the story of the skeleton vey interesting