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History over the Millenia from all around the locality. Well worth the visit if you get the opportunity. Come and figure out if the carving is of Robert of Gloucester for yourself. Maybe you can answer the question!
Had wanted to pop in while staying in the area.
Opening times advertised as being from 10.30am.
Arrived at just before 11am on 15th September and left at just after 11am having found both the museum and the St Mary's Abbey closed!!
Housed in a former schoolhouse, this CADW run property is open Weds to Sundays and entry is £2.50 for adults, but you can easily look at all of the stones in 15 minutes, so you should plan some other activities in the local area. Two...More
A collection of pre-Conquest early Christian memorials and stones housed in a Victorian Schoolhouse. Yes, some visitors say it's on the small side, but there are around 30 different stones in the museum, all rich with local history. If you're visiting Margam Park and Margam...More
After reading some reviews thought this may be a bit rubbish but wanted somewhere not too far from Porthcawl to visit.
No one about so we just wandered in, several notice boards telling you about the stones and their meanings. Also a very clear stone...More
Visited on bank holiday because Margam Park was asking for outrageous prices to access the park, so it was a spontaneous visit. It is secluded in a small cluster of houses, an abbey and a "restaurant". When we got there, it was closed and locked...More
Phoned on the allocated day and arranged a time to visit the museum. However after a considerable detour to get there, no one arrived to open the place up. It looked an interesting place, but it is very unfair to visitors, not to honour a...More
Very small , abbey is of some interest they fail on certain points of interest though . For example Dic Penderyn was born 3 miles down the road in Pyle and buried in nearby aberavon . the Glamorgan heritage coastal path diverts inland to avoid...More