Dylan Thomas Centre (Swansea Bay and The Gower)

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    The Dylan Thomas Centre is a permanent exhibition to the life and works of the poet Dylan Thomas, located in the maritime quarter of Swansea, South Wales.

    The centre’s building was formerly Swansea’s Guildhall which was built in 1825. Following extensive refurbishment, the Dylan Thomas Centre was opened in 1995.

    For any Dylan enthusiasts or those interested in poetry, the centre has a fantastic collection of Dylan memorabilia and houses the interactive ‘Man and Myth’ exhibition. They also hold several literary events throughout the year as well as the annual Dylan Thomas Festival.

    Open every day throughout the year, the centre has free admission.

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