Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces.
It is situated on the beautiful north west coast of Anglesey, in the picturesque village of Church Bay (Porth Swtan).
The restoration of Swtan was masterminded by Cyfeillon Swtan/Friends of Swtan who continue to successfully run the site today as a charitable trust.
There are also many changing temporary exhibitions each year.
You are able to visit Swansea Museum at four locations – the Museum itself on Oystermouth Road, the Tramshed in Dylan Thomas Square in the Marina, the Museum Stores in Landore and the floating exhibits in the dock by the Tramshed.
There are well over 100 museums throughout Wales with collections on everything from social history to archaeology, fine art to science and medicine.
But don’t worry If you’ve not got time to visit them all – we’ve made it easy for you to choose the right one for you. Art in South Wales since 1960 An exhibition of works by Sarah Ball, Brendan Burns, Richard Cox, Michael Freeman, David Nash, Stephanie Tuckwell, Ernest Zobole and others from the university art collection curated by Ceri Thomas and including creative responses from staff, students and visitors.The volunteers also hold FREE weekly family history sessions in conjunction with the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre and Library (Thursdays, 10am-1pm).Opening outside normal hours may be arranged, depending on the availability of the volunteers.The museum has an extensive family and local history archive.Research can be arranged in exchange for a donation.We will be open for Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays.