17-19 Gloddaeth Street
The museum has a collection of paintings and objects d’art from around the world, the ‘Chardon Collection’, including paintings by Francis E. Chardon.
Archaeological items range from Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman, with hands-on material for children of all ages; displays on Llandudno’s fishing, farming and mining heritage in objects and a life size display of copper mining on the Orme.
A reconstruction of a typical Welsh kitchen, war memorabilia covering the First and Second World Wars and the story of Llandudno as a resort is told through objects, models, photographs and other visual displays.
Directions: From the main shopping street (Mostyn Street), turn down Gloddaeth Street. The museum is 200 yds/ 180m on the left-hand side, opposite the Grand Ash Hotel.
April to October : Tuesday – Saturday 1030 –1300 / 1400- 1700
Sunday 1415 -1700
November to March: Tuesday – Saturday 1330-1630
Facilities: Toilets, disabled access on ground floor, shop, workshop/education space, car parking nearby, temporary exhibitions and quiz sheets.
Adults: £1.50 (Under 18s £0.75) Free admission to Conwy County Borough Council schools. 10% discount for others. Groups / societies welcome