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Planning your Visit

All activities are free.

Please book in advance, including self-directed activities.To make arrangements for visiting the Coliseum please phone Ceredigion Museum (01970) 633088.

Facilities for teachers and schools in the Coliseum

Bags and coats
There is a school's room on the main floor of the museum where school groups may leave their coats and bags.
Length of visit
Visits can be 2 hours, half days or full days.
Unloading, loading and parking
Coaches may unload and load in Terrace Road. It is sometime possible to do this immediately outside the main entrance, or by the open area in front of the Tourist Information Centre. Coach drivers are expected to find a suitable parking space during the visit.
The entrance
It is easier and safer for schools to enter the museum via the Tourist Information Centre which is open at the same time as the museum, except during the winter when it is closed between 1 and 2 pm. There is a bell on the door next to Boots for those who arrive before 10 am. Once up the stairs from the Tourist Information Centre, the schools room is on the left, by the lift. If the door is locked, please ask the attendant to open it.
Other facilities
There is a lift for those who need it. Children who don't need to use the lift are requested to use the stairs. There are toilets on both sides of the stage. There is a toilet for those with special needs on the top floor.
The shop
There is a shop in the Museum which sells a variety of objects relating to items in the collection and pocket money items for children. There is also a range of books for sale, some of which relate to National Curriculum subjects.


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