Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture

Attraction in Powys

Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture

Walk into a wonderland of pleasure. Nestled in a lovely area of Mid Wales, it has fabulous collections from the one and only Andrew Logan. From jewellery to exquisite costumes, get to know his signature work. There is even a 4m tall Cosmic Egg for you to discover amongst many other treasures. For some great refreshments, head to the on-site café and do not forget to pass by the shop on your way out. If you are looking for a unique venue for a wedding ceremony, or are thinking about organising a birthday celebration, the whole space is available for private hire. *

 

Author's Review

The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture really does epitomise the strap line found on the front of this book, ‘Same Country, Different World’ Infact as proud as we are to have all of our massive attractions within this book, we also pride ourselves on endorsing those attractions that are maybe just that little bit quirky or a hidden gem, this museum is both of those. Set up in 1991, Andrew & Michael Davis had a vision for a quirky little museum in a little Welsh village that was probably just as quirky as he is and from then on, the museum and the village have coexisted together with great harmony. From the moment you walk in, you are immediately teleported into the mind and soul of Andrew Logan, which is both a fantastic, yet a scary place to be, only scary because after spending some time here, you start to understand all of the amazing pieces on display here, now, you can’t get any more scarier than that!

 

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Aqueduct Road, Berriew,
Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8PJ

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