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Museums & Art Galleries in Wales

A proud and independent nation where the Welsh language is the first language of many, particularly in the north and west. There is a strong tradition of choral singing, and the Welsh love of music in all its forms. Literature and poetry is also manifest in the large number of eisteddfods, a tradition going back at least eight centuries. The decline in the Welsh mining industry has now resulted in tourism being the most important industry. Museums and Art Galleries in Wales Old Chapel Gallery and Royal West of England Academy are listed below.
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47.7 miles from the centre of Wales
Old Chapel Gallery is firmly established as a centre of excellence for casual browsers and serious collectors alike. Lovers of contemporary British arts & crafts can find work by local and nationally established artists and makers, alongside the innovative work of talented newcomers. Exhibitions are held regularly throughout the year.
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88.3 miles from the centre of Wales
The RWA – Bristol's first art gallery - is proud to bring world-class visual art from around the world to the South West. Their vision is to be the South West's leading centre for the exhibition, exploration and practice of the visual arts, recognised as a place that enriches and nourishes the lives of people from all communities and backgrounds.
106.6 miles from the centre of Wales
Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre offers contemporary exhibitions of local and international artists, and also offers an insight into the history of Bury. The centre also offers a full calendar of events and activities to suit all interests.
116.6 miles from the centre of Wales
Hillbrush has been manufacturing cleaning equipment in Mere, Wiltshire, since 1922. In April 2017 we launched our visitor centre, Visit Hillbrush, incorporating our gift shop of cleaning and personal grooming products, our amazing locally sourced restaurant with an extensive menu of delicious meals, drinks and snacks, and our interactive brushmaking museum.
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96.1 miles from the centre of Wales
Explore the History of the Industrial Revolution at Quarry Bank, Cheshire The Georgian working water powered cotton mill still spins and weaves cotton to be sold. There are demonstrations of a spinning jenny and mule in action, alongside the most powerful working waterwheel in Europe, and one of the earliest steam-powered beam engines. Explore the newly restored gardens and admire the picturesque Cheshire setting. There is a constantly changing programme of events so there is always ...
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