Talks, workshops, guided tours, film showings and more you’ll find plenty of events to keep you inspired at Swansea Museum.

Young Archaeology Club
– 12th Sept, 10th Oct 14th, Nov 12th Dec 10am-1.00pm
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24th October – Swansea Museum is pleased to host the annual Book Fair.

At the event will be dealers in antiquarian and second hand books, local history groups, Royal Commission, Family History Society to name but a few of the groups who will be at the museum between 10am and 4pm

24th October at 11am –  Book Launch
The South Wales Record Society invites you to the launch of our first bi-lingual publication by Lisa Tallis “Cas Gan Gythraul. Demonology, Witchcraft and popular Magic in Eighteenth-century Wales”

29th October – Big Draw Workshop
on the theme of “Journeys” come along and take part in the Big Draw event and create a piece of art for the museum.
Suitable for all ages with two sessions 10am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

Welsh Museums Festival – Museums at Night

30th October at 6.30pm – “Enchantment is the oldest medicine”  A solo storytelling performance by Sian Cornelius followed by other stories of Welsh myths and legends.
Suitable for ages 10 +

31st OctoberHalloween Workshop come along and create something scary for trick or treat. Suitable for all ages with two sessions 10am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

31st October 7pm – Start of your Halloween night with a film screening of cult horror film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.
A 1922 German Expressionist horror film, directed by F. W. Murnau, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.
Suitable for age 18+

7th November – Workshop
on the theme to “Travellers” 10am-1pm and 2pm -4pm  – suitable for all ages.

5th and 6th December
 Christmas Craft Fair
Great for any last minute individual gifts. 10am -4pm