Art galleries and museums:
Carmarthenshire County Museum
The county museum is situated in an ancient building which sits in parkland in the beautiful Tywi valley. 11 galleries take you through 50,000 years of history. There are light refreshments available; plus a shop, picnic sites and walks.
Fountain Fine Art
Founded in 1989, displaying changing exhibitions of new work from gallery artists.
Kidwelly Industrial Museum
A museum focusing on the tinplate industry in Kidwelly, as well as coal mining and brick making.
National Wool Museum
- 37.8 miles west of Cilgwyn Manor
- Dre-Fach Felindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire, SA44 5UP
- 02920 573 070
- 0300 111 2 333
Tour around the woollen mill, see how wool is processed from start to finish and learn about the machines involved. There is a café and a gift shop.
Parc Howard Art Gallery and Museum
- 26.7 miles south of Cilgwyn Manor
- Felinfoel Road, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 3LJ
- 01554 772 029
Parc Howard is set in 32 acres of parkland with a duck pond, tennis courts and children's play area. The museum, inside the park’s 19th century mansion, houses the world’s largest collection of Llanelli pottery.
The Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh
This museum tells the story of Wales’ infantry regiment - the Royal Welsh.
West Wales Museum of Childhood
A toy museum with children's play area, small tea room and gift shop.
Hand crafted, hand painted Welsh pottery. Gwili are known for their distinctive use of colour and innovative design patterns.