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
Really good museum offering a look back into the war years. My aunt loved it and was taken back down memory lane during our trip. The staff there are knowledgeable and helpful, thanks
We viisted the museum on a quiet day and there are lots of little rooms to provide information about Llandudno. tghere are some good videos to watch about llandudno as you go around. Not much to entertain children but fascinating for adults.
The Llandudno Museum was very interesting as has things goingn back a long long time and the recorded videos and messages i spent 2-3 hours there looking and watching and listening to the videos, well worth a visit.
A lot more could be done in this museum, it feels very out of date and there wasn't much to look at. Still a good place if its raining. There is a £2.50 entrance which is reasonable.
Ticket price included a guided walking tour of Llandudno by the delightful and knowledgable Élan. An hour walk giving a potted history of the area through its building was an unexpected bonus to our visit to the museum. Displays were well explained. A lovely way to occupy a couple of hours.