I have been cogitating on the matter of a Bluestone Museum for some little while, and at last it has come to pass. Poly bags have been extracted from cupboards and cardboard boxes have been opened, and rock and sediment samples have at last been brought out into the light. Nothing groundbreaking -- just good old-fashioned spotted dolerite, foliated rhyolite, Irish Sea till, erratic pebbles and other things related to bluestone entrainment, transport and dumping.
So if you want a balanced assessment of the myths and disputes surrounding the bluestones, this has to be your destination of first choice --and you will get a much more nuanced set of explanations than you ever will at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre or at the National Museum. This is all about science, not mythology......
The new exhibition is at the Pembrokeshire Candle Centre in Cilgwyn, at SA42 0QN. My wife used this room as a mini-museum of candle making for many years, and at last she has retired and sold off most of her stock -- and nature abhors a vacuum.
So a warm welcome to anybody who feels like calling in. Admission is free, and we are open as long as we are here and awake.