Ceredigion museum is a celebration of Welsh heritage, depicting the history of this fascinating county from across the ages. From farming to food, clothes and transport, the museum is home to a number of valuable collections. Along with the permanent exhibition, the museum is host to lively events and temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
Ceredigion museum is a vibrant and welcoming place to visit and is housed in a restored Edwardian theatre that has been described ‘one of the most beautiful museum interiors in Britain'.
Throughout the school holidays the museum runs activities for children, with fun fact quiz sheets, workshops and events.
The museum will be opened its brand new café, shop and street level entrance in June 2017, making the museum more accessible and providing a wider range of facilities.
The museum is free entry and is a wonderful place to visit for tourists and local residents alike.
Special provision for disabled visitors