|The Old Bell Museum|
|Address||3-5 Arthur Street|
|Town or city||Montgomery, Powys|
|Owner||Montgomery Civic Society|
The Old Bell Museum is a former 16th-century inn, converted into a museum and run by volunteers from the Montgomery Civic Society of Powys. The half-timbered building contains eleven rooms of various local exhibits, including information on the architecture of the building itself. The building was originally opened as the Old Bell Hotel, and was a temperance hotel fashioned for teetotal visitors visiting Montgomery 
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