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Step into Carmarthenshire Museum and embark on a journey of discovery into an intriguing past full of exciting treasures.

This is the perfect place to soak up the history of a county steeped in heritage, myth and legend and the atmosphere is spellbinding. The old house in Abergwili has been in continuous use since about 1290; beginning life as a college and later becoming a palace, home to the Bishop of St David’s. This is where the New Testament was first translated into Welsh and where the last piece of Merlin’s Oak can be found - legend has it that the day the oak is removed from Carmarthen, the town will fall.

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Blaenfforest is only two and a half miles from the thriving market town of Newcastle Emlyn, at the heart of the Teifi Valley with an amazing history.

We provide local and family history tours “tailor made” to suit your own individual family (or group’s) interests; taking in churches, chapels, homes, schools and exploring the wider historical and cultural landscape of your Welsh ancestors.

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Abercych is a small village in the north of the county of Pembrokeshire.Roll back the centuries and learn about Carmarthenshire’s industrial, cultural and agricultural past at the county’s fascinating museums.These treasure houses tell the story of Carmarthenshire’s rich and diverse heritage and uncover some gems of history dating back to the beginning of time.Chic country pubs serving the finest local produce have put Carmarthenshire firmly on the culinary map.There’s sewin from Tywi; salt marsh lamb from Laugharne; uniquely-flavoured Carmarthen Ham; wickedly crunchy Parsons Pickles, locally harvested laverbread; world-beating champion cheeses... During this time the town grew from a small village into a bustling hub of industry.