The Gower Heritage Centre is currently open from 10am to 5pm 7 Days a week. Due to the Pandemic not all facilities are open and currently our tearoom , puppet theatre, duck races, and some activities are not  yet open.  For children, the soft play area, sandpit and mini tractors are open. Entry charges are currently £4 per car plus £2 per adult. Children under 16 are free. Car park tickets can be be pre-booked  reserve your parking here

Visitors on foot, or arriving by bus or bicycle are £2 per person, children under 16 are free.

Most of our exhibits and attractions are open and you can take a self guided tour using our map on arrival or download the App. Most craft workers offer workshops in a variety of crafts – contact them direct to book any activities.

Our Self-Guided Tour Includes:

  • The Water Wheel – The last intact and working water wheel in Gower, still powering a flour mill and wood lathe
  • The Corn Mill – Still fully functional and powered by the water wheel, the corn mill still contains the original equipment used back in Victorian times including mill stones imported from France
  • The Mill Cottage –  A replica of living conditions at the mill back in the Victorian era
  • Wood Turner’s Room – a functioning wood work room for our resident carpenter with water wheel powered lathe and hand crafted items for sale
  • Woollen Mill – Featuring a Dob Cross Loom, refurbished from Abbey Woollen Mill in Neath, our mill produces Gower Blankets and other textiles which are for sale
  • Farming Museum – Our collection contains some of the oldest agricultural equipment in Wales: motorized, horse powered and hand powered
  • The Blacksmiths – a fully equipped and functioning forge as in use during Victorian times
  • and much more…

Our Resident Shops and Businesses Include:

  • Pa-pa Jewelry Design – award winning sea and beach inspired Jewellery designed and crafted by trained silversmith Pa-pa on the edge of the Gower Peninsula
  • Little Valley Bakery – a small and passionate artisan bakery, baking quality breads and treats using traditional methods from our bakery in the heart of the Gower open Weds- Sunday 10am to 3pm
  • Shop Front and Tea Garden – are open for snacks and souvenirs
  • Shed Head Cider – has been making cider at the Gower Heritage Centre Since 2011 using apples from our own Orchard and pressed with our own Victorian press at the Mill.  100% natural with no additives
  • Essential Cycles Gower – Book your bike in for a service with us.  We carry out frame pivot bearing replacement, hydraulic brake bleed, drivetrain upgrade, suspension fork lower leg service or just a set of new tyres.  We also fit upgrades and create new builds to your specification  Essential Cycles Gower – Home | Facebook
  • Little Gem Jewellery Crafts – Arts and Crafts Shop with Roberta The Little Gem – Home | Facebook
  • Earthly Rebels – hand made soaps for sale and soap making lessons available
  • Wobbly Bottom Cheeses – traditional cheeses, made from the milk of our resident goats  07437019440
  • and others…

Services and workshops available by Pre-Booked Appointment Only Are:

During the latest Covid regulations please note that our car park remains open for anyone wishing to park and walk in the local area.  There is a charge of £4 per car if you are parking for longer than 15 minutes –  payable at the collection box on the main entrance door, or in Mill Shop if open, alternatively you have the option to purchase a ticket and reserve your parking here

Our Holiday Accommodation is not available this year as it is being used by essential workers

PLEASE NOTE:  Normal admission charges are temporarily suspended, therefore all pre-booked tickets for any activity include entry to The Gower Heritage Centre

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