Amgueddfa Howell Harris Museum

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This small museum depicts the life and work of Howell Harris, the first Methodist (converted 1735) and the self-sufficient Christian community (Teulu Trefeca - the Trefeca family) founded on the site in 1752. The museum is housed in part of the Grade II* Listed Building built by the community.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Daily 0900-1600 (telephone in advance)

Closed: Good Friday to Easter Tuesday inclusive
Christmas Eve to Boxing Day inclusive
Saturdays & Sundays in December, January & February

Admission charges

Free of charge. Donations welcome.

Additional info

The museum is part of Coleg Trefeca, the residential lay training, retreat and conference centre of the Presbyterian Church of Wales. Details of conference and retreat facilities available on request.

Furniture, scientific instruments and books made, adapted or used on the site; a scene of Howell Harris preaching; information about the 18th century Methodist revival and the subsequent development of Trefeca.

Collection details

Architecture, Religion, Social History, Weapons and War

Key artists and exhibits

  • Howell Harris
  • History of Methodism
  • Teulu Trefeca - the Trefeca family

Amgueddfa Howell Harris Museum
Coleg Trefeca




01874 711423


01874 712212

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