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Radnorshire Museum

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Very interesting...

We visted on a showery may day and were not dissapointed. We received a warm welcome on arrival and... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2018
Eastleigh, United Kingdom
Interesting local museum worth a mosey round on a rainy day.

Various displays about the local area and those that lived there. Also a number of fossils and... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
Ronnie K
Errol, United Kingdom
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13 May 2018
“Quite cute but..”
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

Nice little museum, definitely worth a visit. And the picture gallery on the first floor was an interesting bonus. But it just needs something extra, like a little tea room, a gift shop. Something. Staff were friendly and welcoming which was great, but something extra...More

Thank Purdy1311
Reviewed 9 May 2018

We visted on a showery may day and were not dissapointed. We received a warm welcome on arrival and directions to the various exibits. Lots of interesting displays and screens downstairs mainly showing local fossils and how the area was many years ago. Upstairs again...More

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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Various displays about the local area and those that lived there. Also a number of fossils and different kinds of stone.Particularly liked the Reverends diary analogues and for a measly £1 entrance fee it's as cheap as chips to while away an hour or so...More

Thank Ronnie K
Reviewed 6 September 2017

I frequently visit the exhibitions at the Radnorshire Museum, as a local (Radnorshire) it is free to go in and they often have additional exhibitions of art / crafts from the local area. also the local U3A makes use of the space within the museum...More

Thank tarlachmoorhouse
Reviewed 5 August 2017

In many ways a typical local museum, a range of displays covering the natural and social history of the area. The fossil and geology section was particularly detailed but the biographies of important people in the town's development was, for me, the most interesting. We...More

Thank Nickdhart
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We always try to visit local history museums, and have seen a fair few. This museum was like many we have seen, with a good range of artefacts and interesting information, and we spent a good hour enjoying the displays. The museum covers a huge...More

Thank mirr0rmirr0r
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Many people travel through mid Wales without a second thought for its history. A visit to the Llandrindod Museum will change that! Before my visit I did not realise how important the area was in geological fossil history or the influence of the Romans in...More

Thank Austropotamobius
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This is a lovely little museum with lots of insight provided about the local areas. The World War 1 exhibition has lots of interesting information based on local people. I particularly enjoyed the Kilvert section. Kilvert is a neglected writer in my opinion so it...More

Thank judeteachwrite
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Only a £1 to go in but a wealth of information of the roman occupation of the area. Some good videos too

Thank Snowdonia_Holidays
Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

Interesting but rather traditional museum with all sorts of exhibits accompanied by not particularly user friendly descriptions. Did like the sketches of what the small fossil animals would have looked like as fossils themselves do not give the full picture. Certainly worth a half hour...More

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