NATIONAL WATERFRONT MUSEUM
Oystermouth Road, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 3RD Directions
Cafe, Retail Artefact, Library, Events, Young People and Families Programs, Exhibitions, Activities, Industry and Transport, Displays, Drink, Group and School Visits, Food, Education, Social and Cultural History, Maritime/Transport and Technology Collections, Industrial Heritage Site, Natural Science, Discovery Center & Shops
The National Waterfront Museum tells the story of industry and innovation of Wales, now and over the last 300 years. It explores the neighbouring Maritime Quarter full of interesting collection. They have fascinating artefacts, cleverly displayed many interactive exhibits all in a light, modern, and spacious environment. The museum offer stacks of fun and imaginative activities designed to appeal include all members of the family. Parking, wheelchair access, lifts, baby changing facilities, and braille resources are available. They afford free entry.
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Old Lifeboat Cottage, Mumbles Road, Mumbles, Swansea SA3 4EN Directions
Private Hire, Visitor Center, The Little Stone Gallery, The Amusements, Piers and Boardwalks, Christmas Parties, Fishing, Food and Drink, Shopping, The Beach, Beaches and Cream, Beach Hut Cafe, Copperfish, Function Room, Shops, Lifeboat Station & Light House
'Mumbles Pier' is a gateway to the Mumbles Lighthouse and home of the Mumbles RNLI station. The site is steeped in a rich history and continues to be a seaside tourist attraction for families across the UK. This place has the spectacular panoramic views across the Bay from their Beach Hut Café where you can enjoy several seaside classics, as well as an array of hand-rolled pizza’s, fresh baguettes, and classic Fish and Chips. Admission is free. Winter events can take place.
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Mayals, Swansea SA3 5BD Directions
Displays, Picnic, Bog Garden, Sanctuary, Clyne Chapel, Dog Walking, Collections, Small Dogs Graves, Heather Beds, Oak Woodland, Gazebo, Japanese and Italian Bridge, Wild Flower Meadow, Bluebell Wood, Joy Cottage, Azalea Gardens, the Tower & Nature
'Clyne Gardens' has a varied National collection of plants set in beautiful parkland. The garden is internationally renowned for its excellent collection of Rhododendrons, Pieris, and Enkianthus. The garden offering a sanctuary of tranquillity, lush planting, and interesting features. Their specialist parks are truly magnificent, blooming with rare species, national collections, and famous annual displays. Famous visitors at the garden, including the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), Neville Chamberlain, Stanley Baldwin, and Adelina Patti. Wheelchairs are accessible in the Garden.