5 Cwmdonkin Drive in Uplands, Swansea is the birth place of poet Dylan Thomas. He was born on the 27 October 1914, just a few months after his parents (David John Thomas, an English Master and Florence Hannah Thomas (née Williams), a seamstress) had moved there. Dylan Thomas lived there until 1937.
You can even stay at the house, attend an evening dinner party or join a guided tour. The house has been lovingly restored by Anne and Geoff Haden (who run the Clyne Farm Centre) to its condition when bought as a new house by the Thomas family in 1914.
Come and see where Dylan’s most famous poems began and look at the “… splendid curving shore…” of Swansea Bay. Re-live Dylan’s greatest triumphs and hear more of his life and loves.
The house is open daily from 10.30am (last tours 4.30pm).