Brynmawr & District Museum

First Floor, Carnegie Building, Market Street
Brynmawr NP23 4AJ

Brynmawr Museum boasts many items of the unique Brynmawr Furniture, made solely at the Brynmawr Furniture Factory. The various artefacts donated by the community reflect the social and industrial history of Brynmawr and its surrounding areas.

Howell Harris Museum

Coleg Trefeca, Trefeca
Brecon LD3 0PP

This small museum depicts the life and work of Howell Harris, the first Methodist (converted 1735) and the self-sufficient Christian community (Teulu Trefeca - the Trefeca family) founded on the site in 1752. Collections: Furniture, scientific instruments and books made, adapted or used on the site; a scene of Howell Harris preaching; information about the 18th century Methodist revival and the subsequent development of Trefeca.

Llanidloes Museum

Town Hall, Great Oak Street
Llanidloes SY18 6BN

A local museum consisting of three themes - the social and industrial history of the town and surrounding area during the past 300 years; the museum's Victorian collection displayed in two recreated areas of a kitchen and a parlour; and the exhibition 'If you go down to the woods..", which looks at the importance of trees and man's influence on the forests of Britain including the nearby Hafren Forest.

MOMA Wales

Y Tabernacl, Heol Penrallt
Machynlleth SY20 8AJ

The museum of Modern Art, Wales (MOMA WALES) has grown up alongside The Tabernacle, a former Wesleyan chapel which in 1986 reopened as a centre for the performing arts. MOMA WALES has six beautiful exhibition spaces which house, throughout the year, modern Welsh art, The Tabernacle Collection and The Brotherhood of Ruralists.

National Cycle Collection

The Automobile Palace, Temple Street
Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DL

How big is a Penny Farthing's wheel? And just how uncomfortable were those early bikes compared with today's hi-tech versions? Journey through the lanes of cycle history and see bicycles from 1819, such as the Hobby Horse, Boneshakers and Penny Farthings up to the most modern Raleigh cycles of today. See historic shop replicas including early lamp collections.

Newtown Textile Museum

5-7 Commercial Street
Newtown SY16 2BL

The Textile Museum is situated at 5-7 Commercial Street in Newtown.The building is a fine example of a typical early 19th century weaving shop. It consists of two floors of back-to-back cottages.

Old Bell Museum

Arthur Street
Montgomery SY15 6RH

The Old Bell, a 16th century inn, has been converted into a local history museum by Montgomery Civic Society. Eleven rooms house displays illustrating the long social and civic history of the ancient County Town of Montgomeryshire.

Old Parliament House & Owain Glyndwr Centre

Old Parliament House
Machynlleth SY20 8EE

The low, stone built 16th century townhouse known as Old Parliament House on a site in Machynlleth traditionally associated with Owain Glynd_r. The adjoining timber framed building on the right was built as the Owain Glynd_r Institute in 1911 by Lord Davies of Llandinam.

Powis Castle & Garden - National Trust

Powis Castle
Welshpool SY21 8RF

A magnificent collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries reflects the changing needs and ambitions of the Herbert and Clive families. A superb collection of treasures from India is displayed in the Clive Museum.

Powysland Museum

The Canal Wharf
Welshpool SY21 7AQ

Powysland Museum is a local museum with three permanent galleries depicting the archaeology and social history of the old county of Montgomeryshire. The museum also has a temporary exhibition gallery with changing exhibition throughout the year.

Radnorshire Museum

Temple Street
Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DL

Radnorshire Museum is in the middle of one the prettiest spa towns in Wales. Llandrindod Wells has been visited by people wishing to taking the waters for medical problems since Dr Linden's famous treatise in 1756.

Regimental Museum of The Royal Welsh, The

The Barracks
Brecon LD3 7EB

The museum tells the fascinating story of four of the British army's most famous regiments. This long history, dating back to the 1680s, is told through many kinds of objects including uniforms, medals, weapons and models.

Rhayader Museum & Art Gallery

CARAD, East Street
Rhayader LD6 5ER

Our museum gallery explores how landscape, culture and the social and economic environments shape our community. Our exhibition gallery has a changing programme of exhibitions.

Robert Owen Museum

The Cross, Broad Street
Newtown SY16 2BB

The museum tells the remarkable story of social reformer Robert Owen, born in Newtown (Powys) in 1771. A village boy who hobnobbed with royalty, and created the New Lanark mill community in Scotland. Collections: The museum is intriguingly laid out in a domestic style, which suits the large numbers of pictures on display. Portraits of Robert Owen and prints of New Lanark are strongly represented.