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South Wales Miners Museum

The South Wales Miners’ Museum was the first mining Museum in Wales officially opened in 1976.

The Museum is located within the beautiful Afan Valley six miles from the town of Port Talbot and is one of the many attractions to be found within the Afan Forest Park. The Museum is a registered charity and run by volunteers dedicated to promoting Industrial Heritage in the Afan Valley.

Journey back I’m time and explore the working life of a miner and the hardship that both adults and children had to endure. The Museum is made up of both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Outdoor exhibits include a Blacksmith Shop, Lamp Room and an Engine House

 

Where 

South Wales Miners' Museum
Afan Forest Park
Cynonville
Port Talbot
Neath Port Talbot
SA13 3HG

T: 01639 851833
W: Click Here to Visit

 

Times

Open 10am until 4pm, Closed on Mondays and Sundays

 

Price

Adults - £3
Senior Citizens / Children - £2
Under 5's – free

All admission charges and donations go towards the running and maintenance of the Museum.

 

 

 

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