Pontypool Museum in South Wales is located in a Georgian stable block that is formerly a part of Hanbury’s residence, the family who pioneered the iron production industry in Pontypool.
All year long, you can view the pre-historic things and primitive treasure troves highlighting the cultural, industrial, and social heritage as well as the history of Pontypool and the Torfaen valley. In addition Pontypool Museum has various antique Japanese Usk and Pontypoon wares, the museum’s collections also consist of artifacts such as clocks, ephemera, and homely antiques. Homegrown artists’ works are also featured at the museum. You can learn more about the town by researching at the Dobell-Moseley Library & Archive located within the museum.