If you want to see what a small, humble Welsh cottage in a remote village was like in the early years of the last century; visit this little museum. Sir Henry Jones was a remarkable man. From very humble beginnings he became an academic and promoted education in Wales and Scotland. He was knighted in 1912 and made a Companion of Honour in 1922, the year of his death. Combine your visit with a look at the Parish Church of St Digain in the village and see the remarkable 4,000 year old Yew Tree and the grave of Robert Roberts, whose life is also recorded in the museum.
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