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National Waterfront Museum



Open 10am-5pm daily

(029) 2057 3600

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About the museum

The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.

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What's on

  • Event

    Heavy Metal Mayhem! Science Show

    The Blowfish is a favourite on CBBC shows like Blue Peter, How to be Epic @ Everything and Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom. He is also a regular guest on This Morning (ITV1) and is resident wildlife expert on Sunday Brunch (Channel 4).

    Suitable for families with children aged five and over.

    This show features loud bangs so it is not suitable for very small children.

    30 May

  • Exhibition

    Adriano Candelori

    Candelori is an Italian who moved to Llanelli in the 1950s to find work in the tinplate industry. He later took up sculpture as a hobby and became an accomplished creator of beautiful works. This exhibition will focus on the two series of ‘Craftsman at work’ which he produced mainly in terracotta.

    21 March11 July

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