Corwen
Latest News 12th July 2020

Latest News 12th July 2020

Although the Museum is shut, we are still busy working.  We are updating our artefacts database and taking photographs of each artefact in the way recommended by Gruffydd Jones of the Peoples Collection Wales, so that we can upload images and descriptions of our artefacts to the Peoples more | mwy …

Corwen Museum Facebook Diary June 1st -14th

Corwen Museum Facebook Diary June 1st -14th

With time on their hands during lockdown, people have been sorting through drawers and finding old family photographs, which have made them think about their family history, maybe for the first time. We decided, therefore, to post a more | mwy …

A Big Thankyou

We have been told by Denbighshire County Council that our free rental period has been extended until the end of June is a great relief. We have also received a donation of £560 from 'Making a Difference Locally', the charity launched by Nisa Retail Ltd to more | mwy …

We are still busy!

We are still busy!

Although the Museum is not open to visitors volunteers are still working from home doing research on local topics of interest, including the slate quarries, the stories of the Corwen public houses and the history of the Edeyrnion villages.  If you are interested in helping or have any more | mwy …

Schools Painting Competition

Schools Painting Competition

Earlier this year Corwen Museum arranged a Schools Painting Competition for local schools in Edeyrnion, with the help and support of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, through their Picturesque Landscapes Project.  Ysgol Caer Drewyn and Ysgol Carrog children chose to take part and produced some lovely artwork more | mwy …

Opening Times

The Museum will close on Sunday 27th October for the winter and will re-open  on 29th February 2020, with exciting new exhibitions

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Spectacular World War 1 Weekend 24th and 25th February 2018

Spectacular World War 1 Weekend 24th and 25th February 2018

Corwen Museum re-opens on Saturday February 24th with a spectacular Open Weekend full of displays and activities based on the First World War.  Come and see the army camp and taste the food they ate.   more | mwy …
Lest we forget our young men of Edeyrnion who fell in the Great War

Lest we forget our young men of Edeyrnion who fell in the Great War

We hope you will come to see the Books of Remembrance in the Museum and  pay your respects to the 144 young men and 1 woman who are named on our War Memorials in Edeyrnion. more | mwy …
Trip to see Bronze Age Spearhead found in Corwen

Trip to see Bronze Age Spearhead found in Corwen

On Friday 20th October, a group of volunteers from Corwen Museum went to Storiel Bangor to see a bronze spearhead that had been more | mwy …

Our Model Railway is having a facelift

    Nick Collins is working every Wednesday to bring our Model Railway of the line from Berwyn Station to Glyndyfrdwy back into pristine condition.  Come and see him at work. Are you interested in volunteering at the Museum?  As well as stewards, we more | mwy …
Have you seen our farming exhibition?

Have you seen our farming exhibition?

We have a fantastic exhibition on until November of farming and rural life in Edeyrnion and Denbighshire, including the "Farming Memories" Exhibition produced by Menter Iaith.  It is well worth seeing and will bring back memories to many people who have more | mwy …
Corwen Museum welcomes you in this 'Year of Legends'

Corwen Museum welcomes you in this ‘Year of Legends’

Come and find out about Owain Glyndwr, the last Welsh Prince of Wales, who owned land throughout the Edeyrnion area during the late 1300s and who had a magnificent estate at Glyndyfrdwy.   Find out why Prince Henry (later to be Henry V of England) destroyed this estate and devastated the more | mwy …

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