West Wales Museum of Childhood logo

Home Page
Disability access
Opening times & entry charges Bus Services Contacts
Regional view
Map

Take a stroll down Memory Lane, see toys from your past,

relax in the tea-room, or browse in the souvenir shop.

museum display

Opening times

Museum, Shop and Tea Room open from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm, except Wednesdays - closed all day Wednesdays. Summer 6 days/week
( closed Wednesdays, full year )



AN ALL-YEAR ROUND ATTRACTION



top

Admission to the tea room and shop is free.

ADMISSION CHARGES TO THE MUSEUM

Adult £5.00
Concessions £4.50
Child £3.50 (no charge if under 5 years old)

Family ticket £14.00 (2 adults, up to 3 children)


GROUP RATES (12 or more per group) :

Adult £4.50
Senior ( 60 years old or over) £4.00
Junior (up to 18 years old) £3.00
Schools (students and staff) £3.00 per head

Coaches welcome
(arranged by appointment, please )

School trips and student groups

(arranged by appointment,
teachers may attend for free preview )

Camping and Caravanning charges
Caravan, camper van £11.00 per night
Trailer tent £11.00 p.n.
Tent (max 4 berth) £7.00 p.n.
Tent (over 4 berth) £9.00 p.n.
Hook-ups £3.00 extra per night

Open all year



We are on the main A484 Carmarthen to Cardigan road, one mile north of Llangeler.

The 460 bus will stop at our main entrance when requested.(The 461 service has been discontinued)

( Click here for 460 bus timetable )

( Click here for all bus timetables )

The nearest national rail station is Carmarthen.


top


Disability access

   It is our objective as owners to provide an equal welcome for all visitors and guests.


  On request, text of all our hard copy information will be supplied in large print for the benefit of those who require help.


  There is level access to the whole of the museum, tea rooms, shop and toilets.


  Designated parking spaces for staff and visitors who are in any way disabled are located nearest to the tea rooms.


  WC facilities provided are specifically designed for the use of visitors or members of the public whose mobility is restricted.   The easy access toilet is uni-sex to allow carers and users to be together.


  Low-floor buses passing between Cardigan and Carmarthen do stop at our site gate.


  The entire site is 'no smoking' as we hope to continue to benefit those with respiratory conditions or allergies.

Top

    
Contacts: 

 
 
Curators

Paul Kennelly and Hilary Kennelly (and Vic Davey (director),
 
 
by telephone:


01559 370428

 
 
by email:

info@toymuseumwales.co.uk  
 
by post:

West Wales Museum of Childhood
Pen-ffynnon
Llangeler
Carmarthenshire SA44 5EY


 
  map:

click here for map

 
 
website:


www.toymuseumwales.co.uk

 

Top

procession of toys

Step back in time at Pen-ffynnon,

home of the West Wales Museum of Childhood



Teifi Valley landscape

TEIFI VALLEY

One of the dominant river valleys of West Wales -the Teifi offers excellent walking country which is steeped in rural and early industrial tradition. The National Woollen Museum at Drefach Felindre, Steam Days at the Teifi Valley Preserved Railway at Henllan, canoeing at Llandysul, coracle fishing for sewin and salmon at Cenarth and the ancient and busy town of Newcastle Emlyn make this a magical part of the region.



 Top