Although the museum is largely devoted to commemorating the largest mining disaster in British history, it also documents the wider history of the Valley, including the Windsor Colliery, the sporting achievements of local residents, the old shops and buildings, memories of community events and the community’s involvement in the World Wars. Resources at the museum include mining related objects, photographic displays, archive films and interactive touch screens which contain hundreds of images showing the people of the valley, local landmarks and buildings through the years.
Operator: Aber Valley Heritage Committee
Address: Gwern Avenue Senghenydd Caerphilly Cardiff CF83 4HA
Open Days & Times
Tue-Sat 1100-1400 (excluding Sat before BHol). Visit website for more details.
- By Rail: Caerphilly / 4 miles
- Souvenir Shop
- Part disabled access