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This is a lovely little museum and should never be overlooked during a visit to Porthcawl. The volunteers work extremely hard and are exceptionally dedicated to keeping this piece of living history alive. Based in what was the old police station, the cells are all...More
Blink and you miss it, the museum is in the Hugh street and really worth a visit, full of interesting memorabilia and wonderful knowledgeable volunteers. £1 entrance and a moving WW2 display. Well worth a visit
Very well organised historical events with great attention to detail. This venue has progressed in its quality through the efforts of local volunteers and their fundraising activities they have gone that extra mile and more by funding the structural repairs so needed for an old...More
We went to the Museum having seen the item about the Dambusters story on the news and what an experience it was! FABULOUS!
We found the rest of the museum was just as interesting while it was a bit sickening to see potential visitors enter,...More
This Museum has been formed and is run by volunteers. The powerhouse behind the museum and website is a lady called Ceri Joseph. There are always enthusiastic volunteers to hand to pass on their knowledge and answer visitor's questions, e.g. Rob Taylor with the RAF...More
We were recommended this while visiting family. Its certainly worth it.
A £1 per adult and 50p per child under 16. Its full of fascinating rooms and insightful displays and very interesting facts and history of Porthcawl and the surrounding area.
It's based in the...More
Hubby and I went here last Tuesday morning. It only cost £2 for the both of us. What a warm welcome we received. An extremely knowledgeable gentleman (volunteer) gave us a guided tour. The museum building itself is fascinating - it used to be a...More