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Mold Library, Museum and Gallery

This museum traces the fascinating history of Mold.

There are bronze age treasures to see including axes, jewellery and a replica of the Mold Cape. The museum has displays on the famous sons of Mold and life around the town. You can also experience Victorian Mold through the eyes of Welsh novelist, Daniel Owen, who is seen in his reconstructed study and tailor's shop.

Admission: Admission to the museum is free

Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9.30am- 7.00 pmWednesday 9.30am- 5.30pmSaturday 09.30am- 12.30pm

Directions: The museum is situated in the library building in the centre of Mold, opposite the post office in Earl Road. It is a short walk from the bus station or town centre car parks.

Access: The museum is on the first floor of the library building and is accessible by a passenger lift. There is an accessible toilet within the museum. A portable induction loop is available for use.

Facilities: Convenient parking. Toilets.

Collections Available: Fine Art, Archaeology, Daniel Owen Memorial Committee Collection

Contact: Mold Library, Museum and Gallery, Earl Road, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1AP

Tel: 01352 754791

Fax: 01352 754655

Email: [email protected]