National Waterfront Museum

Maritime Quarter, Swansea, SA1 1SN

The National Waterfront Museum tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. Using a mix of interactive technology and real objects, the Museum shows Wales at work from the Industrial Revolution onward.

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Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

Alexandra Road, Swansea, SA1 5DZ

Glynn Vivian Art Gallery reopened in October 2016 following a major redevelopment to transform and conserve the 1911 Grade II* listed building. New galleries have been added alongside expert conservation studios and collection store, providing a fully accessible, welco

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Dylan Thomas Centre

Somerset Place, Swansea, SA1 1RR

Open 10am – 4.30pm, seven days a week, the Dylan Thomas Centre celebrates the life and work of Swansea’s world-famous poet with audio recordings, manuscripts, photos and year round events.

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Swansea Bay

Mubles, Swansea,

Swansea Bay stretches from the Maritime quarter of Swansea to the fishing village of Mumbles.

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Useful Information

Please view the area map below to get your bearings and familiarise yourself with the roads.  The table shows the approximate travelling times by car, from Swansea, to the various villages.

Map of the Gower Peninsula

Map of the Gower Peninsula

Village
mins by car
Bishopston (and Kittle, Murton)
15
Dunvant
15
Horton
30
Llangennith
30
Llanmadoc (and Cheriton, Cwm Ivy, Landimore)
30
Llanrhidian (and Cilibion, Oldwalls)
15
Mumbles (and Langland)
10
Oxwich (and Oxwich Green, Slade)
30
Parkmill (and Ilston, Llethryd, Lunnon)
15
Penclawdd (and Blue Anchor, Cilonnen, Crofty, Llanmorlais, Welshmoor, Wernffrwd)
15
Penmaen (and Nicholaston)
15
Pennard (and Southgate)
15
Port Eynon (and Overton, Scurlage)
30
Reynoldston (and Burry, Burry Green, Fairyhill, Knelston, Llandewi)
20
Rhossili (and Middleton, Pilton Green, Pilton Moor, Pitton, Pitton Cross)
30
Swansea
0
Three Crosses
10
Upper Killay
10