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12.01.19 – 23.06.19
Discoveries in Anglesey Archaeology
Anglesey is an ancient land with evidence of human occupation dating back around 10,000 years. This exhibition will lead you on a trail through Anglesey’s fascinating past, exploring exciting archaeological discoveries and revealing the secrets from a number of newly excavated locations.

pen 29.06.19 – 05.01.20
The U-boat project 1914-18 is using the latest underwater imaging techniques to reveal wrecks from the Great War and support communities to seek out previously untold stories about their ancestors’ experiences.  In this exhibition some of those community stories will be displayed alongside the results of underwater exploration.



This intriguing carved stone head was discovered whilst rebuilding a dry stone wall on Bryn y M6r farm near Valley during the 1950s. Weighing 32kg, it was created from a single boulder of coarse sandstone.

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The Museum invites you to appreciate the history of Anglesey and its people, its formation and development, and most impressive of all, its heritage and habitats.

You will discover an introduction to Anglesey's history. Find out about the island's visitors both past and present, the industries that put Anglesey on the map, the wealth of archaeological discoveries, the tragic shipwrecks, and the hunters who gradually changed their way of life to become the first farmers of Anglesey.



The temporary exhibition space hosts a number of exhibitions which offer a taste of this fascinating heritage.






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