Charity Commission for England and Wales Registration Number 1107515

Ebbw Vale Works Museum 

Governed by the Ebbw Vale Works Archival Trust


Amgfueddfa Gweithfeydd Glyn Ebwy Amgfueddfa Achrededig


General Office


        Ebbw Vale Works Museum, 

        General Office

        Steelworks Road,

        Ebbw Vale,

        Blaenau Gwent.

        NP23 6DN

Tele: 01495 350941


            Ebbw Vale Steelworks Museum

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Opening times: Mondays to Fridays: 10.00am to 16.30pm with the exception of Bank Holidays when we are closed in line with B.G.C.B.C's declared staff holidays.

Ebbw Vale Works Museum is home to a fantastic collection of artefacts and archives spanning the history of coal, iron and steelmaking community of Ebbw Vale and the surrounding area from 1790 to closure of the works in 2002 and its subsequent demolition and its free to visit.

The General Office accommodation space is shared between ourselves, the Gwent Archives and the Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council management team. 

The committee of the Museum wish to thank Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council, Tata Steel, Welsh Assembly-CyMAL-Federation of Museums and Art Galleries Wales, the Association of Independent Museums and all visitors to the museum, past, present and future for their continued support.


The Museum is an independent museum which relies on support/funding/donations from those bodies mentioned above to remain open and maintain and provide the local and further afield communities with a museum/collection that will advance the education of the public for generations to come.

Eighteen months ago the museum set up a scheme called "The Friends of the Museum" to help to raise funds to maintain and keep the museum open for the general public through these difficult financial times.

If you wish to become a member of the "Friends of the Museum", and support the maintaining of the museum, please click on the page titled "Friends of the Museum", on the top right hand side page and follow the instructions to print off a application form. Once filled in please send it to our treasurer Mr Les Pinney with your cheque enclosed.