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The Lloyd George museum is situated in the heart of Llanystumdwy, the village where Lloyd George was brought up as a child. The museum itself tells the story of his life, from humble beginnings, to becoming one of the greatest British statesmen of...more
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I never really knew much about Lloyd George and don’t know why I didn’t when this man was instrumental in bringing about pensions & National insurance. Where would be be today without them both. A wonderful man who started from humble beginnings and rose to...More
As with the other reviews. Very friendly and helpful staff. Lots of informative information about the man. The house he lived in was interesting as was where his uncle made shoes. The beautiful scenery of his burial ground is worth visiting too.
I love smaller museums. Some are rubbish. Some quirky. Some are good.
This museum is small but very good. I learnt so much about DLG. I didn’t realise what a reformist he was and important regarding the winning of WW1. Plus a couple of ‘skeletons...More
An exceptionally well presented and informative museum with a wealth of varied and interesting presentations relating to the life of Lloyd George. Helpful and enthusiastic curators, obviously knowledgeable and happy to share their knowledge of the man and his life. We came away knowing a...More
£6 admission. We went there knowing very little about David Lloyd George and found the museum to be very interesting. We got an insight into the man and the politician that he became.
The staff were pleasant and helpful. There is a very informative film...More
The museum staff were very helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. A film lasting about 25 minutes, narrated by Phillip Madoc gave a concise history of the great man. The film is shown exclusively at the museum. A truly fascinating collection of exhibits and well worth a...More