St Fagans National History Museum
St Fagans, Cardiff
Open 10am-5pm daily
(029) 2057 3500
Switchboard (standard rate): 0300 111 2 333
Car parking: £3.50 per car per day. Please note there is an ATM available.
About the museum
St Fagans is one of Europe's leading open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction. It stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle, a late 16th-century manor house donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth.
Redevelopment Project - Business as Usual!
The historic re-erected buildings in the open-air Museum are open as usual but the indoor galleries are currently closed as we build new galleries. We've also said goodbye to our Celtic Village to make way for a new gallery.
St Fagans National History Museum has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Welsh Government to completely transform the visitor experience. Over the next five years, developments include a new entrance hall and visitor facilities, new gallery spaces and historic buildings including an Iron Age farm and a medieval Welsh prince’s hall. READ MORE HERE...
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