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A 200 million year old meat-eating Welsh dinosaur; 500 years’ worth of paintings from all around the world; the world’s largest leatherback turtle; the largest gemstone collection found anywhere in Roman Europe; a valuable piece of moon rock from the Apollo 12 mission, and a working coal mine.
Experts from Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales are warning that marine bivalve species (such as scallops and oysters), which have recently been found on the British and Irish shores, could have a negative impact on our marine life.
Late medieval hoard of gold and silver declared treasure
The National Wool Museum situated right in the heart of the Teifi Valley is delighted to welcome a brand new exhibition – The Wisdom of Wool – on display until 30 June.
First Jurassic meat-eating dinosaur discovered in Wales goes on display at National Museum Cardiff
Seiont Manor Hotel, Llanrug near Caernarfon
10.45am-1pm, Thursday 18 June 2015
Today (Monday, 1 June 2015), at the beginning of Volunteers’ Week, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales was presented with a ‘Investing in Volunteers’ Award, for the opportunities presented to volunteers at its eight sites.
There is plenty going on to keep the whole family entertained at the National Waterfront Museum this half term.
Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is asking visitors to the Urdd Eisteddfod in Caerphilly to help create a temporary museum
Get ready to get vintage this weekend (Sun 10 May) as the National Waterfront Museum throws open its doors to host the third Merry May’s Vintage & Handmade Emporium.