About Amgueddfa Llandudno Museum
Llandudno Museum & Gallery is situated in the heart of Llandudno and is a 5-minute walk from the North Shore and 15 minutes from the West Shore. We are near the bus stops on Gloddaeth street, and a 15 minute walk from the train station.
Come and discover Llandudno and the Creuddyn Peninsulas fascination past. Learn about our distant past and the early people who made this area their home including Blodwen our Neolithic Lady of the Little Orme.
See the remarkable finds from Kanovium Roman Fort including the strategy game of Latrunculi or Little Soldiers.
Meet the Llandudno & District Field Club who formed in 1906 and recorded local historic sites and the flora and fauna of the area.
Encounter the amazing story of local hero Colonel Arnold and his Musical box tank during WW1 or if you ever wondered where the Inland Revenue went to avoid the blitz during WW2 then visit our War gallery.
Our fine art collection was bequeathed by our benefactor F.E Chardon who was himself an exhibited artist. Some of his work with art and sculpture by artists who he knew or admired is on display in the Chardon Gallery along with items he collected on his travels across Europe, India, and Asia.
We are wheelchair accessible, with a lift, baby changing & disabled lavatories. Our décor is designed to be dementia friendly. All are welcome and if we can help make your visit more enjoyable, please let us know.
Our Biodiversity Garden is free to visit. It is a place to look, listen and have a mindful moment.