Corwen
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 …

Have you seen our windows?

Have you seen our windows?

The Pilgrim in our photograph is one of six travellers through time who have journeyed to Corwen and are now depicted in our lovely chapel windows.  Renowned stained glass designer, Alfred Fisher, has designed the windows, using vinyl rather than glass, to produce an effect that allows the natural light more | mwy …
Find us on London Road, Corwen (A5) across from Corwen Manor (The Old Workhouse)

Find us on London Road, Corwen (A5) across from Corwen Manor (The Old Workhouse)

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Come and see our new exhibitions!

Come and see our new exhibitions!

The Museum re-opens on Saturday February 18th with two new Exhibitions on 'Corwen - The Crossroads of North Wales' and 'The Legend of Owain Glyndŵr. We tell the story of Corwen from the first inhabitants in the area in Prehistoric more | mwy …
What a great afternoon!

What a great afternoon!

  P1040899 P1040897 P1040896 We had a great time on our trip to Loggerheads on Thursday 20th August and wish to thank Fiona Gale, the more | mwy …

Premier of video of the Dee Valley taken from the train

Thursday February 19th at 7.00 pm in Capel Coch, Corwen. (next to Bargain Booze). Talk by David Shiel of Denbighshire Countryside Services on "The Dee Valley - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty", with a video of the Dee Valley taken from the train and being shown to the public for more | mwy …
Visit to Nantclwyd y Dre

Visit to Nantclwyd y Dre

Can Edeyrnion and friends enjoyed a trip to Nantclwyd y Dre in Ruthin on Thursday 14th August. Nantclwyd y Dre is Wales' oldest timbered town house, having been built in 1435. It was continually occupied for over five centuries and shows room from seven different ages. more | mwy …
Visit to Tan-y-Coed Burial Chamber

Visit to Tan-y-Coed Burial Chamber

We visited Tan-y-Coed Burial Chamber at Rhydyglaves, Cynwyd, on Thursday 17th July, with the kind permission of the landowner.  Fiona Gale, the County Architect, told us that the Burial Chamber more | mwy …

Exhibition news

There have been some very exciting developments regarding the Railway Exhibition. Can Edeyrnion are working with Llangollen Railway Trust and Corwen Railway Society to make the Exhibition a permanent museum, based at Capel Coch in Corwen. This has the full backing of the Heritage Lottery Funders and will open to more | mwy …
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