This fascinating museum of local life and heritage is housed in an Edwardian theatre. Exhibitions include a reconstructed 19th century Welsh cottage and a large collection of Welsh furniture and costume. Coliseum, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Dyfed, Wales, SY23 2AQ
Internal Fire is an award winning working museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine. With 9 "Power Halls" running daily the displays range from small agricultural engines through 30 ton diesel engines to a 4000 horsepower jet engine. Castell Pridd, Tanygroes, Dyfed, Wales, SA43 2JS
The National Coracle Centre in Cenarth shares space with a 17th century flour mill, beside the 200 year-old bridge at Cenarth Falls. Learn about the history of coracle making and see samples of these fascinating traditional boats from all over the world. The museum also covers another traditional craft ... poaching! A484, Cenarth, Dyfed, Wales, SA38 9JL
A restored woollen mill, interpretive centre, and craft workshops highlight the National Wool Museum, tracing the heritage of wool making in the Teifi Valley and across Wales. There are displays of equipment used in making wool, including spinning mules and carding machines. Dre-fach Felindre, Llandysul, Dyfed, Wales, SA44 5UP
Housed in a restored medieval building within the walls of Tenby Castle is a fascinating museum and art gallery exploring the fascinating history of Tenby. The museum covers geology, archaeology, maritime history, and the story of Tenby from the 9th century to its heyday as a Victorian seaside resort. Castle Hill, Tenby, Dyfed, Wales, SA70 7BP
This historic narrow-gauge railway opened in 1902 to carry lead ore from mines in the Cambrian mountains to the coast at Aberystwyth. Rheidol was the last steam line operated by British Rail, and today the restored line carries passengers through superb scenery from the coast to the waterfalls at Devil's Bridge, a distance of 12 miles. Park Avenue, Aberystwyth, Dyfed, Wales, SY23 1PG
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With exhibits intriguingly entitled The Welsh Gallery, Old Schoolroom, Transports of Delight, and the Railway Room, as well as themed exhibits and a timeline of toys through the years, the West Wales Museum of Childhood is sure to delight. Pen-ffynnon, Llangeler, Dyfed, Wales, SA44 5EY