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The Museum has now closed for the Winter

The Museum has now closed for our annual Winter work on the production of our new exhibitions for 2022.  Our new themes will be on the story of Glyndyfrdwy, the Moel Fferna Slate Quarry and Mine and the local slate workers.  If you have artefacts, photographs or documents more | mwy …

For the foreseeable future the Museum will be open every Saturday

For the foreseeable future the Museum will be open every Saturday

For the foreseeable future the Museum will be open every Saturday from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm and we wish to thank Groundwork UK and the Give Back with Bells Grant for the money we received to buy the gazebo which is keeping our volunteers and more | mwy …

Our Outside Museum

Our Outside Museum

Come and see our new display on the outside of the Corwen Museum Wall, giving a map and information about the places of interest to see in the beautiful town of Corwen.

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We are celebrating St David’s Day by moving Corwen Museum outside

We have not been able to open the Museum for almost a year now, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  We have therefore worked on a range of interpretation panels telling the story over time more | mwy …

Museum News February 2021

Museum News February 2021

At this time of the year we are usually frantically working on new exhibition themes within the Museum for re-opening after the Winter on St David’s Day.  Unfortunately, we are still not in a position to re-open because of Government restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and it more | mwy …

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 …

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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Come and see our display of bardic chairs.

Come and see our display of bardic chairs.

We are exhibiting Chairs from the 1902 and 1926 Corwen Chair Eisteddfods and from the 1936 Powys Eisteddfod that was held in Corwen.  As a contrast, we also have the Chair from the 2009 Bala National Eisteddfod, which was not awarded because it was felt that the standard of more | mwy …

Come and see the past! Anderson Shelter in Corwen Museum!

Come and see the past! Anderson Shelter in Corwen Museum!

On September 1st this year we mark the beginning of World War 2 in 1939.  Here in North Wales it was a fine, sunny morning, but the future was to be far from sunny. Often people had to hide away from bomb blasts in specially constructed underground shelters, half buried in the more | mwy …

Museum Opening Hours for 2019

Museum Opening Hours for 2019

Our Opening Times this year are 11.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  We are closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays 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 …
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