To co-incide with the National Museums at Night event, Denbigh Museum will open its recently acquired building, the old Frongoch School to allow people to have a pre-view of what's to come when the Museum is developed.
Visitors can explore the building, see some of the plans for the proposed Museum, meet representatives from various heritage organisations / groups in Denbigh.
Some of the heritage organisations coming along to the open evening include: the Denbigh Archive Team, the North Wales Hospital Historical Society, Cae Dai 50s Museum, Wireless in Wales Museum, Denbigh Historical Society, Denbigh Town Council and volunteer tour guides, and the Denbighshire Archive Service.
Denbigh Film Club will be also be there showing A Night at the Museum 1 and 2, with the audience taking their seats in the old courtroom.
Background info re the National Museums at Night festival >>> http://www.culture24.org.uk/places-to-go/museums-at-night
The Museum will be open from 4 – 8 pm on Saturday 17 May
Admission will be free of charge, but there will be an opportunity to make a contribution or to join the Friends of the Museum.
The Wireless in Wales Museum will also be holding an event as part of the Museum at Night festival on Friday evening 16 May.