Plan Your Visit

The National Wool Museum is open for five days per week, Tuesday - Saturday, 10am – 5pm. The Museum remains free to enter. You can now turn up at our museums without booking, unless you are in a group.

The safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers is our priority. For the wellbeing of everyone we ask our visitors to continue to wear face coverings during your visit, use the hand sanitiser stations and where you can, maintain some physical distance.

Don’t forget: Welsh Government guidelines are different from those in England: Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Topic | GOV.WALES.

For more information please visit our Frequently asked Questions.

We are a charity and every penny we raise supports our work with communities across Wales. Please donate if you can.

Find other attractions in the area: Discover the story of Wales

Opening Hours

10am - 5pm

Open five days per week, Tuesday - Saturday

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For safety reasons, we reserve the right to conduct bag searches when entering the museum​.

Contact Us

Phone: 0300 111 2 333
Email: wool@museumwales.ac.uk

Location

Dre-fach Felindre, near Newcastle Emlyn
Llandysul
Carmarthenshire
SA44 5UP

Map & How to Get Here

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Frequently Asked Questions

Food and Drink

Our café serves a small range of hot and cold drinks, cakes and snacks.

Accessibility

Advice for our disabled visitors.

Access Guide

What we have put in place to help keep you safe:

  • Our front of house staff have received health and safety training in relation to COVID-19.
  • Visitor safety guidelines are in place on site – please follow them
  • Social distancing measures are in place on site
  • Hand sanitising stations are available for visitors and staff.
  • We have further increased our hygiene regime
  • We will be managing visitor numbers in line with public health and safety guidelines.
  • We have set up new routes, such as a one-way system. Please look out for and follow any new signs around the site.

To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. If you are showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone who has the virus in the last 14 days, we request that you don’t visit, as you may be turned away to reduce risks to other visitors and our staff. Why not experience our museum by viewing our collections on the website until you are feeling better?

 

 

Due to the historical nature of the site, please note the following potential hazards:

  • Trip hazard on uneven paths and steps
  • Slippery surface paths, slopes and grassed areas