Online exhibitions and features
We have created a number of exhibitions online about the history of our local area. We hope you enjoy them.
This is the story of how proclamations and coronations have been celebrated in West Glamorgan over the years.
The incredible story of a document that played a crucial part in the tragic life and death of one of England's medieval kings.
Throughout the Second World War, the Luftwaffe bombed South Wales. This is our memorial to the civilian war dead of West Glamorgan.
We made this film from photographs in our holdings to tell the story of three terrible nights in February 1941.
The story of how Swansea gave shelter to 80 children from the Basque Country during the Spanish Civil War.
Taken from pictures in our holdings, this film is a reflection on what VE Day meant for Swansea.
Making the rolls of honour we hold available to commemorate the sacrifice of those who fought in the First World War.
A film and exhibition based on a beautiful series of photographs taken around 1905.
An online exhibition to celebrate the history of Wales's oldest Jewish community
The story of how the Guildhall was built in 1934 and the two buildings that were used for the purpose before.
Swansea's role at the forefront of Garden City design in Wales.
In 2012 the Olympic Flame came through Swansea. What would the route have looked like in 1908?