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The National Wool Museum displays tell the story of the Woollen Industry through working machinery, archive material, and exciting hands-on displays and textile gallery.
Museum about the local tinplate industry. Situated on the banks of the Gwendraeth Fach river, approximately a mile north of the town. It stands on the site of the former Tinplate Works established in 1737.
The main exhibit for July to September is usually 'Babs', the motor car raced by Parry Thomas to the world record in 1926. Babs was buried in Pendine Sands after Thomas died trying to reclaim the record the following year.
The Carmarthenshire Centre for Crafts is situated in the heart of St. Clears in beautiful rural Carmarthenshire. This lovely stone building retains much of its original character and still acts as a focal point within the town.
The Tin Shed Experience is a quaint and quirky 1940s museum in Laugharne. It houses a collection of artefacts from 1914-1945. The museum and gardens also double as a location for filming and as a performance venue.
Ffos Las Racecourse opened in 2009 and brought back top class racing to West Wales for the first time since 1937.
This small gallery inside Carmarthen Regional Library celebrates the town's history
The County Museum presents many aspects of Carmarthenshires' rich and varied past.
Enjoy a walk through enchanting alder and oak woodland, past fast-flowing, spectacular rivers. This reserve is set in the heart of the beauty of the Cambrian Mountains.
Parc Howard Museum in Llanelli is set in a delightful park and houses a renowned collection of Llanelli Pottery (1839 - 1921), an art collection and material related to the history of the town, such as the first spare car wheel!
A traditional Carmarthenshire farmhouse in an unspoilt setting and providing a rare insight into an aspect of agricultural life that has all but disappeared.
Spectacularly set in the beautiful Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney Gardens have been an inspiration to poets since 1477. The story of Aberglasney spans many centuries, but, the house's origins are still shrouded in obscurity.
As well as playing a key role in community life in Brynaman, The Black Mountain Centre offers a wealth of facilities for visitors and business customers throughout the year.
Kidwelly is on a par with the other great castles of Wales.
We all get our moments. But if you want a truly medieval moment, catch a glimpse of Kidwelly shrouded in early morning mist. Spine-tingling stuff.
Laugharne Castle is a castle in the town of Laugharne in southern Carmarthenshire. It is located on the estuary of the River Tâf. Medieval in origin, it was later transformed into a fine Elizabethan mansion.
People visit Pembrey Country Park for many different reasons, some to enjoy the freedom to wander around 202 hectares of glorious parkland and some to take advantage of one of the cleanest beaches in Wales.
A trip down Memory Lane.10,000 exhibits.See the twentieth century unfold, re-live your childhood,Tea room and Gift Shop.Full access for all.Open all year round.Coach parties by appointment.Cerificated Camping and Caravanning Club site
There are few castles in Wales - or Europe for that matter - which can boast a more spectacular location than Carreg Cennen. Its ruins crown a precipitous crag in a remote corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Cilgerran Castle is a 13th-century ruined castle located in Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, Wales, near Cardigan. The castle is a National Trust property, in the guardianship of Cadw.
12th-century Welsh castle, historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park