1940s Swansea Bay — Museum in Swansea

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1940s Swansea Bay

Museum at Baldwin's Crescent, Crymlyn Burrows, Skewen, Swansea SA1 8PT, UK, Swansea, Wales, SA1 8PT . Here you will find detailed information about 1940s Swansea Bay: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

Opening hours

  • Monday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Thursday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Friday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Saturday
    Closed
  • Sunday
    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Rating

4
/
5
Based on 8 reviews

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Region:
Wales
Address:
Baldwin's Crescent, Crymlyn Burrows, Skewen, Swansea SA1 8PT, UK, Swansea, Wales, SA1 8PT
City:
Swansea
Postcode:
SA1 8PT

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About 1940s Swansea Bay

1940s Swansea Bay is a UK Museum based in Swansea, Wales. 1940s Swansea Bay is located at Baldwin's Crescent, Crymlyn Burrows, Skewen, Swansea SA1 8PT, UK,


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Reviews of 1940s Swansea Bay

  • HARRIET
    Added 2016.05.21
    A great experience which takes you into the scene. It answers any questions about Swansea in ww2.
  • LOUIS
    Added 2015.12.25
    The place itself is a little run down with damp and damaged ceilings etc. but I think it's run by volunteers and they do a lot of school trips for virtually nothing so you don't feel ripped off. Two adults and two kids would have been about £25 I think but the lady got chatting to one of my daughters who said she had been with the school and are a fuss of her, making her a tour guide for us and giving her free entry which put a smile on her face.
  • EMILY
    Added 2015.08.02
    Great little museum definitely worth a visit-just needs a bit of tlc but very enjoyable
  • ARTHUR
    Added 2015.01.26
    Well worth a visit for 1-2 hours with the kids to show them how good they have it now.
  • AVA
    Added 2014.10.22
    A step back in time to see how it was during world war two. They have a good selection of wartime items and the tour is quite engaging with a chance to try on some clothes, gas masks etc.
  • LUCY
    Added 2014.03.19
    Great insight into how people manged during the war. Popular with primary schools for organised study days.
  • SIENNA
    Added 2013.06.11
    I had to give 1 star! But reality is 0 star! Kept driving past and finally had time today to call in today.... just wished we hadnt! It was awful! Normally it’s £6.95 each but the man said there are no actors here today so I will charge £5.95 each. The place is not fit to be called a museum... it looks a health and safety hazard! It is very amateurish and looks like someone has scraped some old 1940 memorabilia together and put it in a run down building. We were in and out within 10 minutes! On the way out the man said you can come back for free when the actors are here! Err no thanks... think I will miss that one! Shame As I was looking forward to it.
  • CHARLES
    Added 2013.05.06
    I was hoping for some military vehicles myself but there wasn't the room (I could see a few jeeps outside but they were not accessible) so it's an indoor tour.
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