We have been to llandudno many times and missed this so on a cool windy day we decided to give it a try to while away some time. It's tucked away down a side street so can understand that it can easily be missed it needs better sign posting.
The chap on entry was very welcoming we were supplied with a couple of torches to hi light displays as the is museum dark inside . On entrance you came upon a front room decked out as it would be in the war years with Churchills voice spoiling out from the radio with the famous announcement that we were at war. And so it continued with displays relating to the war years the museum is very well laid out with 100s of fascinating items arranged in displays from wartime clothes, toys and games, a school room a wartime kitchen, a chemist a small area that resembled a cinema showing government news. Items relating to land girls a police post . Uniforms some weapons even an Anderson shelter that you could sit in with sounds playing of all human life that must have sat in there while bombing went on all around them. Although small you would probably not spend much more than an hour here it is extremely interesting and I bet a lot of the older visitors could recognise some of the exhibits War time music played softly. On exit there is a small area where you can buy some good quality souvenirs
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