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Abergavenny Museum is open every day 11 - 4 except Wednesdays. The grounds of Abergavenny Castle are open every day 11am - 4pm.
Abergavenny Museum houses a wonderful collection of artefacts, permanent displays and temporary exhibitions, detailing the history of the town and wider area.
The museum, which was founded on 2nd July 1959, is located in a Regency building, built on top of a Norman motte within the grounds of Abergavenny Castle.
Today, the combination of a wonderful museum and picturesque castle represents a fantastic attraction for those looking to learn more about the area, explore the castle grounds, or find a great spot for a picnic.
The museum’s displays tell the story of this historic market town from prehistory through to the present day. The displays are on several levels, with some help most areas are accessible to wheelchair users.
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Charges apply at some special events.
Booking & Payment Details
- Free Entry
- Facilities for educational visits
- Parking with charge - Parking is available a short walk away in castle street.
- Accepts groups
- Coach parties accepted
Map & Directions
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 A40The nearest railway station is Abergavenny, which is 1 mile away.