Visit the Boathouse where Dylan Thomas the famous poet, writer and broadcaster lived in Laugharne for the last four years of his tragically short life.
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, in Pembrokeshire, is the oldest independent museum in Wales. Established in 1878 the Museum has a collection of local geology, biology, archaeological and maritime artefacts.
John Street Gallery in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire displays the work from award winning welsh painter Denise Di Battista.
The Oriel Myrddin Gallery is the main publicly funded art and craft gallery for the south-west Wales region and is located in a listed Victorian building in the centre of Carmarthen and is supported by The Arts Council of Wales.
King Street Gallery in Carmarthen is a cooperative of professional artists in West Wales whose practices include painting, photography and printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and woodcraft.
The National Coracle Centre is a museum in Cenarth, Carmarthenshire that is dedicated to coracles. It has on display coracles from all around the world including Tibetan and Iraqi examples as well as British ones.
Take a stroll down Memory Lane, see toys from your past, in the West Wales Museum of Childhood in Carmarthenshire.
The Attic Gallery in Swansea is Wales’ longest established private gallery founded in 1962 to highlight the work of contemporary artists working in Wales.
The Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea is a museum full of exhibitions, studies and events on Dylan Thomas.