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Penmaenmawr Museum takes you on a journey through the history of the landscape, the town and its people, using stories and objects from the ancient past to the present.

The museum spans two floors, with the main exhibition gallery situated on the ground floor and another exhibition room showing a rolling programme of exhibitions on the first floor.

Children will enjoy exploring the museum using the History Hunters trail, and the interactive play area includes a dollhouse and arts activities.

Visit for a guided walk around Penmaenmawr’s town, to find out more about the places and people who lived and worked there during the 19th century. After the walk, enjoy tea and cake in the museum before a tour of the galleries, when you’ll hear about how the museum has developed and you can take a peek into the archive collection room.   

Booking required. 12 spaces available. To book, please visit and visit the What’s On page, or telephone 01492 621462.

Address - Penmaenmawr Museum, The Old Post Office, Hen Ffordd Conwy, Penmaenmawr, Conwy, LL34 6UU.

Directions - by car - A55, Junction 16. From Fernbrook Road car park, follow footpath next to library to the high street. Turn right and continue for approx. 100 metres. Penmaenmawr Museum is on the right. 
Penmaenmawr is accessible by bus and train. For up-to-date public transport information, please visit:

Penmaenmawr Museum is an accessible venue with a lift to the first floor, wheelchair-accessible toilets, baby-changing facilities and BSL-using volunteers.




Day Times
Sat 17 Sep 2022
11:00 - 16:00