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The Collections Centre

The Collections centre is a research facility for visitors interested in the museum’s collections. The museum has been collecting objects since 1982. The collections include significant social history material, particularly clocks and costume. Industry, particularly the brick, tiles and terracotta industry, is also well represented. A notable recent addition is the Welsh Football collection.

About the Centre

The centre will provide access via dedicated personal computers to the museum’s collections, visitors will then, if required, be able to see a particular object or objects (see exemptions below*).

Visitor Facilities

Car Parking

Please note there is no car parking at the museum. There are three disabled car spaces in St Mark’s Road.

Disabled Access

The collections centre is on the first floor of the Satellite building and is accessible to disabled users.


There are toilets available on site.


The museum has its own café: Caffi'r Cowt - coffees, pastries, sandwiches, soups and a range of light meals featuring some of the area’s best food.

Planning Your Visit

The Collections Centre will be initially open to the public on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 2pm until 4pm. There is no need to pre-book.


The Museum is within walking distance of Wrexham General and Wrexham Central railway stations.


Please note there is no parking at the museum except for Blue badge holders in St Mark’s Road. Next door there is a multi-storey car park on St Mark’s Road off Regent Street. There is also a pay and display car park at Island Green, less than 5 minutes walk from the Museum.


The Bus Station on King Street is less than a minute’s walk from the museum.


If you have something that you think the museum might be interested in adding to its collections. The Curator will be on hand in the Centre to view prospective museum donations. Please note that publications and archival material should be taken to the A.N. Palmer Centre.

Wrexham Museum’s Acquisition & Disposal Policy

The policy details what a museum will collect both in terms of the geographical area it will collect from, and what type or classes of objects it will aim to acquire. By the same token it also indicates what the museum would not seek to collect e.g. objects or collections without any Wrexham County Borough relevance or artefacts illegally acquired. Finally it sets out policies for the potential disposal of objects from the collection. The policy was last reviewed in 2003 and will be reviewed again in 2008.

Useful Links

* Exemptions to viewing objects

The Satellite building was constructed with the assistance of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.