Formed in 1990 to house the Charles F. Tunnicliffe collection, Oriel Môn is an art gallery and museum at the heart of Anglesey.
Oriel Môn changes lives by caring for, interpreting and promoting Anglesey's unique heritage and culture. It seeks to inspire creativity, and to provide learning opportunities and enjoyment for everyone.
Oriel Môn is now managed by the Isle of Anglesey Council and relies on support from the local authority, the Isle of Anglesey Charitable Trust and the Oriel Môn Trust. Income from sales of art, shop sales , donations and venue hire help support our educational, community engagement, conservation and artistic programmes.
Oriel Môn reopens 18 May
Oriel Môn will reopen to the public on Tuesday 18 May and will be open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Customers will be expected to adhere to the safety procedures on site which include wearing a mask, using hand sanitiser, keeping a 2 metre distance from staff and other visitors and following the routes on site.
These safety measures are in place to keep our staff and visitors safe.
Booking a ticket to the exhibition in advance is advisable as visitor capacity on site is reduced. It is not essential as we can take your contact details on entry to conform with Track and Trace requirements.
Book a ticket
Café Dewi Oriel Môn’s serving hours will be 10am to 4.45pm (last booking 3.15pm). Indoor and outdoor seating areas will be available and booking is advisable to avoid disappointment. All sittings are available for 1 ½ hours.
To book a table in the café, or further information call Café Dewi Oriel Môn: 01248 751 516.
For further information please contact us.
Telephone: 01248 724 444
Café Dewi Oriel Môn: 01248 751 516