Overlooked by Tredegar Town Clock, the museum has a varied collection of artefacts reflecting the industry and life of this important iron making town. Tredegar is also the home of The Medical Aid Society that local politician and Welsh hero, Aneurin Bevan, based the UK’s National Health Service on. The museum has several exhibits showcasing Tredegar’s unique history.
Tredegar Library, The Circle, Tredegar, Blaenau Gwent NP22 3PS.
Telephone: 01495 357869
Opening hours: Museum open wed 10-1, Fri 10-1 and 2-4.30 and Sat 10-12. Archive open on Wednesday afternoons 2.00-4.00.
Public Transport Directions
X4 Stagecoach buses running from Cardiff to Hereford stops in Tredegar. From the bus stop it is a short walk to the The Circle, where the Tredegar clock tower is situated at the centre of the town along with the library where the museum is located.