1940s Swansea Bay Museum opens authentic wartime grocer's shop.
This is the Museum's latest attraction.
1940's Swansea Bay
There was great excitement at 1940s Swansea Bay Museum as the latest attraction was unveiled last week: an authentic wartime grocer's shop.
Museum director John Thomas said: 'The Museum is in its sixth year and we try to add a new development to our authentic street scene each year and this year's is the grocer store.'
Visitors who have seen the shop have been very impressed so far and incredibly some items in the shops in the 1940s are still available today!
John Thomas added: 'Items like Spam, tinned beans and Weetabix are all here on display - although the Weetabix used to come in a tin rather than a box.'
The Museum, based in Crymlyn Burrows off Fabian Way in Swansea, is preparing to mark the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Swansea, in February next year.
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