The Lloyd George Museum at Llanystumdwy is closed due to a burst pipe. Repairs are underway and is expected to re-open soon.
The museum tells the story of Lloyd George, from his childhood in Llanystumdwy to Downing Street and beyond and houses a valuable collection of artefacts including the Treaty of Versailles, costumes and personal items. None of these priceless items have been damaged by the water and museum staff are working hard to continue to safeguard the collection as repair work gets underway.
Lloyd George Museum staff will be contacting the schools and other groups which have arranged to visit the museum directly over the coming weeks to discuss alternative plans.
Every effort is being made to ensure that the attraction can re-open as soon as possible and Cyngor Gwynedd will provide updates on the situation. Any members of the public planning on visiting the museum in the spring are kindly asked to check the Council’s website before travelling to make sure if it is open. Details will be available at: www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/Museums
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