Guided tour of the Royal Mint
Thursday 15th June 2017PUBLISHED: Thursday 13th April 2017
Join us for this exciting visit to the Royal Mint.
The Royal Mint Museum was established as a company limited by guarantee in December 2009 and secured charitable status in November 2010. Its aims are to advance the education of the public in the history of coins and medals, and the history of the Royal Mint. It seeks to achieve its aims through the maintenance, display, interpretation and publication of its unique collections of coins, medals and seals, as well as artwork, plaster models, master tools and dies. Advance entry fees are £13 – concessions £11:50.
We will not be hiring a coach so ask that attendees lift share where possible. There is a large, free car park and a reasonable café. On the way home, you may wish to visit St Fagan’s Folk Museum, Castel Coc, Tredegar House or the Welsh Assembly Building, Cardiff. Please sign-up and pay by 17th AprilPlease see www.royalmint.com and the Club Notice Board for more details and to sign up.