The National Waterfront Museum, Swansea or NWMS is a museum in Swansea, Wales, forming part of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales. It is an Anchor Point of ERIH, The European Route of Industrial Heritage.

The Swansea Museum in Swansea, Wales, UK is the oldest museum in Wales. The building was built for the Royal Institution of South Wales in 1841 in the neo-classical style.

The second Swansea Bridge was opened on 27th November 1909. To date there have been four bridges spanning the entrance to Lake Macquarie. The first Swansea Bridge, built in 1881 was made mostly of timber.

Swansea Jack(1930 – October 1937) was a famous Welsh dog that rescued 27 people from the docks and riverbanks of Swansea, Wales Swansea Jack was a black retriever with a longish coat. He was similar in appearance to a modern Flat-Coated Retriever but was instead identified at the time as a Newfoundland dog, despite being considerably smaller and lighter in build than the typical modern Newfoundland dog, possibly because he was reported to have been born in Newfoundland. He lived in the North Dock / River Tawe area of Swansea with his master, William Thomas.

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