National Waterfront Museum

Venue Hire

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Invite your guests to explore the fascinating story of industry and innovation in Wales.

With its award winning architecture and unrivalled waterfront location, the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea offers a superb venue for corporate and private events - from drinks receptions, gala dinners, seminars and training days, to weddings and award ceremonies.

Locations for hire and packages include:

Catering is provided in-house exclusively by specialist arts and heritage sector caterer, Elior. This experienced team provides inspirational menus and impeccable service.

All food is prepared on-site using the freshest, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients wherever possible.

We also offer discounted daytime hire rates for the Welsh Assembly Government, the City&County of Swansea, registered charities, formal education bodies and community groups.

Additional facilities for hire include: PA system, laptops, data projector, television, DVD player, flipcharts and Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi access for academic purposes only).

For further information please download our brochure and menus below, or contact us to make an appointment to view the venue with a member of our Venue Hire team.

The National Waterfront Museum
Oystermouth Road

Tel: (029) 2057 3600
Fax: (029) 2057 3602

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