Getting Here

Storiel

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STORIEL
Ffordd Gwynedd,
Bangor,
Gwynedd,
LL57 1DT

Tel: 01248 353 368

Seibiant Cafê Phone number: 01248 362 134

Opening Hours:

Tuesday to Saturday 11 – 5

Admission Free

Pre-arranged group and school visits can be arranged out of normal hours.
We offer room hire. Ask for hire prices.

Arriving at the Museum and Gallery

Train
The nearest railway station is Bangor located on Holyhead Road, (LL57 1LZ) which is approximately a 10 minute walk away. Taxis are normally available at the station. There is an NCP car park located at the Station. For further station information about the station, follow this link.

Bus
The nearest bus stop is located on Ffordd Gwynedd, c.200 metres away from our main entrance. For online information for public transport, follow this link.

Disabled parking
There are two disabled parking bays located outside our main entrance. There is a distance of c.25 metres to our main entrance.

Car
The museum and gallery does not have ANY dedicated public parking. There are a number of public car parks nearby. They include;
Deiniol Shopping Centre Multi-Storey Car Park (located 200m from our main entrance). This has 120 spaces, 7 disabled spaces.
Gwynedd Council Car Park Pay and Display (called Canondy) located between the library and the museum on Ffordd Gwynedd. 38 Spaces, 2 disabled spaces. Short term. Open 24hours but there is a height restriction. Here is a link to other Gwynedd Council run car parks within Bangor;

Here is a link to all car parks in Bangor;
Bikes
We are located just off the Lon Las Menai cycle route. We have four dedicated bike rails that can accommodate up to 8 bikes. They are located close to the main entrance. We cannot guarantee the security of the bike while on our premises.

Facilities

Art galleries

Museum Exhibitions

Communities Exhibition Space

Shop

SEIBIANT@STORIEL Café

Learning Space

Meeting Rooms

2 parking spaces for blue badge holders

Unfortunately we are unable to offer customer parking spaces, but there are car parks near by in Glanrafon and at the back of Bangor Library.