After two-and-a-half years of closure due to the pandemic, volunteers at Borth Station Museum have announced they will once again open the museum to passengers and visitors alike. The museum officially opened its doors on 2nd July and will remain open on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12pm to 4pm throughout the summer months. Entry is free.
So why not take a step back in time this summer and discover a 1900s passenger experience of rail travel. There’s plenty to explore in this beautifully restored museum which houses hundreds of artifacts from its heyday.
Visit the ticket office which has been completely renovated to its original form including the ticket hatch and original desk and fireplace.
The old waiting room is where you’ll find interactive displays, including a model railway, a cabinet full of old railway related items, and a specially produced video about the local area and the station itself.
In the 19th Century the Station Master would have been a key authority figure in the railway station and would have been located in the Station Manager’s Office. It is in here where you will now find the friendly Borth Station Volunteer team who are on hand to show you around and answer all your questions. There are also lovely souvenirs to remember your trip, all proceeds go towards upkeep and maintenance of the museum.