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My father took me to the house museum some time in the 1950s,I was fascinated by the cradle upstairs with the cord through the ceiling so that it could be rocked from down stairs,I was too young to appreciate the story and contents of the...More
This fabulous small museum is well worth a visit. Helpful, enthusiastic volunteers. A nicely preserved example of a typical welsh cottage with a range of displays about the educationalist Sir Henry Jones. Well worth the modest entrance fee.
We called into the museum on their recent Open Doors weekend. This is an interesting museum run by a group of enthusiastic volunteers who are on hand to talk about Sir Henry, his life and the house in which he spent his early years.
We have wanted to visit this place for some time and we were able to do so today. Do check opening times which are quite limited - and adjust your plans accordingly. It is well worth visiting. Henry Jones left school at aged 12 but...More
Sir Henry Jones (1852-1922) was born at “Y Cwm” and the museum of his life was opened in 1934 by his friend David Lloyd George. Sir Henry advised Lloyd George on educational matters when he was in office. Sir Henry was a great educational reformer...More
If you want to see what a small, humble Welsh cottage in a remote village was like in the early years of the last century; visit this little museum. Sir Henry Jones was a remarkable man. From very humble beginnings he became an academic and...More
We found this museum to be really interesting and well worth the visit. It's probably one of the less well known museums and I suspect visited by very few people but if you're interested in local history and people who make a difference to the...More