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.
Swansea Bus Museum restores, operates and displays buses that were once in regular use by public transport companies across South and West Wales.
Swansea Museum is the oldest museum in Wales and is in a building that was built for the Royal Institution of South Wales back in 1841.
The National Waterfront Museum offers stacks of fun and imaginative activities designed to appeal to and include all members of the family.
Haverfordwest Museum is a local history and heritage museum in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. Its collections include local, social history, history of the castle, and a selection of local art.
Head to the Museum of Speed at Pendine Sands to the Museum of Speed, where you can find out about the exhilarating rides that have made it into the record books.
Carmarthenshire is steeped in heritage, myth and legend and at Carmarthenshire County Museum you can explore fascinating and curious art and antiquities from Carmarthenshire’s past.
The Kidwelly Industrial Museum is set in the 13 acres of the original tinplate works of Kidwelly. It interprets and displays information and artifacts from the tinplate works, the Morlais coal mine and other local industries.
Margam Stones Museum is the home of a number of important pre-Conquest early Christian memorials.