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If you are in Swansea, and you have a couple of hours to spare, you can educate yourself with a visit to Swansea university, and go the their Egypt centre. They are very welcoming, and it is incredible the number of rare artefacts they have...More
I had been looking for an activity suitable for my parent’s 50th wedding anniversary, and as I was planning a weekend in Swansea for my parents and I, along with 2 aunties and an uncle, I soon came across the Egypt Centre on the Uni...More
I live close to Swansea and have been meaning to visit the centre do many times. Finally got round to it and so glad I did. Easy to find and you are immediately welcomed by volunteer staff who are nothing short but informative and enthusiastic....More
The came here with a five and a half year old and and a two and a half year old (we were the grandparents and the parents were there too.).
We were blown away by the kindness and keenness of the staff who were so...More
We decided to visit here at the last moment, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The volunteers were very helpful, and our guide Sebastian was extremely knowledgeable and engaging. Lots of things for children to interact with. For free this is a really good place to...More
This exhibition came up on an app on my phone and I am so glad we found the time to visit. It's not a huge museum, but it still has lots of very interesting artefacts, well worth a visit if you are in the area....More
This little, free museum, based in the university has 2 floors cram packed with fascinating artifacts, some of the best specimens I've seen. They have put a lot of effort into making this museum fun for all ages with a number of interactive elements and...More
Tucked away on campus this is not the easiest of places to find but worth seeking out if you have an interest in Egyptology. Lots of hands on activities with very helpful and keen staff which children loved. An interesting little shop too. Free but...More