The National Waterfront Museum, Swansea is breathing new life into the city – and that's official.
Visitors to the National Roman Legion Museum on 16 December will be greeted by Father Christmas, and entertaining guests at Big Pit this month will be his wife, Mother Christmas.
Originally from Dre-fach Felindre, Carmarthenshire, Penrhiw Chapel re-opened at St Fagans: National History Museum in 1956 and to mark this 50th anniversary, a special service will be held on 10 December at 3pm at the chapel, which is now an attraction to thousands of visitors at the open air museum.
Pwll Mawr Cheese, matured at the bottom of Big Pit – one of the UK’s leading mining museums - is one of The Blaenafon Cheddar Company’s new selection of handmade cheeses, which will be launched at the company’s new premises in Blaenavon tomorrow (Saturday, 2 December 2006).
Celebrate a traditional Welsh Christmas at St Fagans: National History Museum
Swansea's National Waterfront Museum has won two major awards for the outstanding way it informs and involves the public.