The Museum tells the remarkable story of Robert Owen, born in Newtown (Powys) in 1771. A village boy who hobnobbed with royalty. A shop assistant who became a factory manager. An educator with little education. A rich man who fought for the poor. A capitalist who became the first "socialist". An individualist who inspired the Co-operative movement.
The Museum is open throughout the year, except Christmas Week and Good Friday:- Monday - Friday: 11-3. See the website or face book page for additional opening.
Admission is free.
Right in the centre of town in prominent arts and crafts building
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Facilities and services
- Object study facilities available (enquire in advance)
- Study facilities
- Wheelchair access to all public areas
Free entry. Computer to visit website or research family history. Education resources, souvenir guide, tourist information, souvenirs for sale. Parking close by, disabled access, toilets,
- Adult lectures and courses held
- Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
- Object identification and/or written enquiry service
- Primary school education service available
- Secondary school education service available
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