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Nantgarw China Works Museum

Tyla Gwyn, Nantgarw CF15 7TB, Wales
+44 1443 844131
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"Very interesting"

We were greeted by a lovely lady called debbie,who asked if we would like a tea or coffee while we... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2018
william212013
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
Interesting visit

June took us round .. very knowledgable .. nantgarw pottery was only around for 4 years but recent... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
wendy j
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Witney, United Kingdom
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“welsh cakes” (4 reviews)
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Tyla Gwyn, Nantgarw CF15 7TB, Wales
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

We were greeted by a lovely lady called debbie,who asked if we would like a tea or coffee while we waited for june who did the tours. We had a big pot of tea and welsh cakes and scones,clotted cream,and jam...delicious. June took us around...More

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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

June took us round .. very knowledgable .. nantgarw pottery was only around for 4 years but recent crowd funding is re establishing this pottery .. worth a visit and maybe the local schools should tske a visit as part of nantgarw history

Thank wendy j
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Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Small museum which was once part of a thriving if short lived world famous porcelain factory. Our guide June gave a fabulous tour of the facilities and the history. No charge to enter, parking available. Small shop and lovely little tea room where you can...More

Thank maggie1966
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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

We spent a fascinating and interesting couple of hours at the museum where the friendly,welcoming volunteers gave us an insight into the unique porcelain that was produced there. Besides the museum there is a small garden, remains of the chinaworks and an opportunity to see...More

2  Thank pjr562017
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

This is a gem and well worth a visit. I went on a Sunday in March and received a warm welcome, had a very informative tour given by a knowledgeable guide and I learned a lot. She really put the place in context of the...More

1  Thank travelqueenDeal
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Reviewed 1 March 2018

Lovely to see that pottery work continues. Knowledgeable guides and demonstrators. Would be worth a visit in a few years time to see how the production has developed

Thank Neil B
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

We had been planning our trip here for a while. We were not disappointed, I see some people rated it as average well I think they are wrong. It's an amazing display of one of Britain's rarest ceramics. And the guides make the tour very...More

1  Thank deepsky
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

Visited today and had a very informative (free) tour with an excellent volunteer guide, followed by tea and cakes in the tea room. Housed in a small eighteenth century listed building, which is interesting in itself, and outbuildings including an outdoor kiln plus examples of...More

1  Thank KnowAll
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Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Visited the amazing Nantgarw Chinaworks today. The tea rooms had been recommended to me and I can see why. This volunteer run house of the china works is informative, interesting and most welcoming. The tea room is lovely and reasonably priced. Well worth a visit....More

4  Thank Judith C
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Reviewed 11 March 2017

Super little gem with museum, tea room & pottery inspired visit - friendly & helpful volunteers. if you inspired by pottery programme on tv at the moment - don't miss this. Follow brown signs carefully - last turning easily missed!

2  Thank deborahwY7501QL
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