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Llandudno Museum

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Chardon House 17-19 Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno LL30 2DD Wales
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North Wales Adventure Sightseeing Day Trip from Liverpool

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The sights and scenery of North Wales are tricky to explore from Liverpool without a rental car. Rather than string together train and bus journeys; choose this full-day tour for the benefit of comfortable minivan transport and a guide for background on the sights. Walk Llandudno’s pier, follow hidden roads through Snowdonia, visit Conwy Castle, and more; and discover this beautiful corner of Britain without a care in the world.
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323David323 wrote a review Aug 2018
Lichfield, United Kingdom217 contributions180 helpful votes
Entry is £2.50 which is about right as quite small but interesting and it sticks to local history about Llandudno. You can make further donations anyway. Nice friendly staff and well laid out.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Barbara H wrote a review Jul 2018
Darlington, United Kingdom28 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a small museum. Very interesting. Lots of photographs and information about Llandudno and the gentleman behind the museum. A must!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Response from Huw_Pritchard, Trustee at Llandudno Museum
Responded Jul 22, 2018
Thanks very much for your kind review Barbara. We're so glad you enjoyed your visit. You might have seen in the press a day or two ago that we've been successful in gaining a substantial award from the National Lottery - this will allow us to extend and expand the museum, so a busy time in store. We'll be closed for a period for refurbishment, and return bigger and better than ever. Thanks again
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WelshOwen01 wrote a review Jun 2018
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom3 contributions4 helpful votes
Fantastic gem which my partner suggested we visit. Amazing to see how much history there was to Llandudno. Whilst the bones were not there, a plaster cast replica was but still there was a lot to read and digest over the discovery. Was also nice to follow the history through the ages and see how the area has developed over time. Read the WW2 section which again was interesting and at the same time sombering. On top of all of this you can use your Welsh (excellent as we live in England), I was annoyed with myself that I hadn’t been in before and would recommend to anyone who is visiting (although you’re best to check opening times beforehand). Only £2.50 for adult entry - bargain! Amgueddfa Llandudno diolch yn fawr!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Response from Huw_Pritchard, Trustee at Llandudno Museum
Responded Jun 24, 2018
Llawer o ddiolch am yr ymateb positif - dewch eto, a dwedwch wrth eich ffrindiau! Thanks very much for your positive review - come again, and tell your friends!
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Janet H wrote a review May 2018
Leicester, United Kingdom28 contributions11 helpful votes
This Edwardian townhouse hides its presence as a museum , but is opposite the Dunoon Hotel. Once inside, and up the steps, the carefully sequenced items tell the story of Llandudno and make the town come to life. The story of the man (artist) who donated the bequest is also interesting. Worth an hour of anyone's time wishing to see how the town developed, including the Victorian love of the theatre,(5 of them over time)
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Response from Huw_Pritchard, Trustee at Llandudno Museum
Responded May 22, 2018
Hi Janet - Thanks so much for your positive review. Tell your friends about us! With luck, if you see what I mean, we will be closing for a while from the summertime onwards as part of a major refurbishment project. After that's complete, there will be even more to see and do at the museum Once again, thanks for your comments
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Ian H wrote a review Apr 2018
Merseyside91 contributions43 helpful votes
An excellent and engaging local museum, with an eclectic collection of artefacts. The information given is interesting an informative. A particular highlight was the first floor art collection. Must go back and take more time!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Response from Huw_Pritchard, Trustee at Llandudno Museum
Responded May 7, 2018
Many thanks for the positive review Ian - yes, please do come back, and tell your friends about us
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