About Margam Stones Museum (Cadw)

Early Christian sculpted and inscribed stones, some as early as the 6th Century, can be seen right across Wales, from Pembrokeshire in the far south-west to Snowdonia in the north. At Margam, visitors can see examples of Christian memorials from the sub-Roman era through to the hugely impressive cart wheel crosses of the late 10th and 11th centuries.
Margam Stones Museum is a small but significant museum in the care of CADW, housing a collection of inscribed pre- Romanesque, Roman and Celtic stones and crosses, some found within the Margam area, including the great Wheel Cross of Conbelin. Guided tours of both the Abbey and the Stones Museum are available by arrangement with the Margam Parish Office.


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