The Glamorgan Wartime Heritage Centre is a volunteer run museum run on a limited budget, and yet despite this they have produced an engaging, insightful and educational experience for all the family. From the replicas of a WWI Trench and an Anderson Shelter, to the wall maps showing the WWII defences around Barry and the Docks area, and all other exhibits, this is a must see attraction, not only for those with a specific interest in the two world wars, but for anyone with even a passing interest who would liek to learn more. The staff are friendly and approachable, and their enthusiasm for the subject is engaging the visitor will find themselves educated almost by accident simply by being there.
Not only do they have the static displays, but there are in addition regular events and talks from experts and those 'who were there'. These are all highly recommended, and a sharp eye should be kept on their website at http://www.wartimeglamorgan.co.uk/opening.html
Keep up the good work!