Radnorshire Museum

Radnorshire Museum

The Radnorshire Museum collects, preserves and interprets the rich cultural heritage of the old shire county of Radnorshire.

This is reflected in its diverse collections of Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, Natural History, Social History and Fine Art. The Radnorshire Museum collects, preserves and interprets the rich cultural heritage of the old shire county of Radnorshire. This is reflected in its diverse collections of Geology, Archaeology, Natural History, Social History and Fine Art.

The museum houses an art gallery with a programme of varied and exciting exhibitions and events. The museum occupies two easily accessible floors of the former Carnegie Public Library set within the attractive Memorial Gardens in Llandrindod Wells. Free Wi-Fi available throughout the museum.

Events Room available for hire for meetings, lectures and events. The room features a full audio-visual system and can seat thirty people.Lift access to the first floor. Research facilities including reference library, PC with internet access, photography, scanning and printing.

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