The Dylan Thomas Centre
The centre produces a series of walking guides to Swansea and the wider region, allowing visitors to follow in his footsteps and soak up some of the sites that inspired him. It also houses a cafe and bookshop, Books and Bites. The annual Dylan Festival held in the autumn is based here.
Somerset Place, Maritime Quarter, Swansea.
The Dylan Thomas Theatre
This is the home of the Swansea Little Theatre, of which Thomas was a member in the early 1930s and was an accomplished actor according to local newspaper reviews.
Dylan Thomas Square, The Marina, Swansea.
National Waterfront Museum
Costing £30 million, this museum is housed in a former warehouse with a sleek glass extension in the old docks area. It tells the story of Wales’ industrial past.
Maritime Quarter, Swansea.
The Queen’s Head
One of the few remaining traditional pubs in Swansea, the Queen’s Head was a favourite haunt for Thomas when he worked as a cub reporter at the South Wales Evening Post newspaper.
Gloucester Place, Swansea.