Bro Aman Museum

Ammanford Library
Ammanford SA18 3DN

In the late 19th century, large-scale industry transformed the Amman Valley. Rich natural resources, especially the famous anthracite coal, brought coal mines, iron and tinplate works, railways and people to work them.

Carmarthen Town Museum & Gallery

Carmarthen Library, St Peter's Street
Carmarthen SA31 1LN

Carmarthen's new Town Museum and Gallery is located in Carmarthen Regional Library. The Library's listed facade once formed part of Furnace House, home to the Morgan dynasty of iron masters. Collections: Carmarthen has been a centre of government, trade, industry and culture since Roman times. In the displays you can find pottery imported in Roman and medieval times, a collection of official weights and measures, and a Columbia printing press from when Carmarthen was the printing capital of Wales.

Carmarthenshire County Museum

Carmarthen SA31 2JG

The County Museum presents many aspects of Carmarthenshire's rich and varied past. Displays include local geology, archaeology, Welsh furniture, ceramics, portraits, landscape paintings, costume, a Victorian schoolroom, life on the farm and the Homefront in World War 2.

Kidwelly Industrial Museum

Kidwelly SA17 4LW

Kidwelly Tinplate Works was established in 1737 and operated with varying success until its closure in 1941. Rescued by the Kidwelly Heritage Centre and Tinplate Museum Trust in 1982, the old works now interprets not only the tinplate industry, but also coal mining and brick manufacture in the area.

Museum of Speed

Pendine Sands SA33 4NY

Opened in 1996, the museum interprets the Pendine area, focusing on the use of the sands at Pendine for land speed attempts and racing. The main exhibit for the summer season is 'Babs', the motor car used by Parry Thomas on his fatal attempt at the record in 1927.

Parc Howard Museum & Art Gallery

Felinfoel Road
Llanelli SA15 3LJ

Parc Howard houses a renowned collection of Llanelli Pottery (1839 - 1921), an art collection and material related to the history of the town. Parc Howard was built by the Buckley family in 1885, a family with a long association of brewing in the town. The mansion, with its 27 acre park, was given to the town of Llanelli in 1912 by Sir Stafford and Lady Howard.

West Wales Museum of Childhood

Llangeler SA44 5EY

Take a stroll down memory lane, see toys from your past, relax in the tea-room, or browse the souvenir shop.