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Exhibition:Brilliant Bronze Age Exhibition at Abergavenny Museum and Castle

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Exhibition, free entry

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Abergavenny Museum & Castle

Abergavenny Museum & Castle

Credit : Richard Jordan
Abergavenny Museum & Castle

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Castle Street,


Ms R Rogers


This exhibition looks at axes found in the local area, the story of how they were made, how they were used, why they might have ended up in the ground and how they were found, bringing their story right up to the present day.

The Brilliant Bronze Age is a community project, led by Monmouthshire Museums, working with metal detectorists and landowners; students from King Henry VIII School, Abergavenny and Coleg Gwent; volunteers from Abergavenny Local History Society and Abergavenny Museum; academics and traditional metal workers.

It is part of “Saving Treasures: Telling Stories” a partnership between Amgueddfa Cymru, Portable Antiquities Scheme and Federation of Museums & Galleries of Wales, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Opening details

The Brilliant Bronze Age Exhibition – on display at Abergavenny Museum until Sunday 13th December 2020


Free entry



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Map reference: SO 299140  Lat: 51.82020 Long: -3.01842

From the north take the M5 to Gloucester, the M50 to Ross on Wye and then follow the signs to Monmouth and the A449/A40 to Abergavenny. From the south take the M4 to J24; follow the A449/A40 north and the A40


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