Visit the woodlands

nature panel
An example of the nature panels
Our beautiful beech woodland is a great place for spotting wildlife. Here are just some of things you can do...

New Nature Path!

Take a walk through our wonderful woodland and learn about wildlife on our hands-on nature trail. Lift bark and leaves to find minibeasts, learn how to be a wildlife tracker and find out how the ancient Celts used trees to build their houses.

Fun events

Take a look at our fun events for families and nature enthusiasts.

Self-guided trails

Pick up a self-guided seasonal trail from our woodland display in Oriel 1

Schools

Book a free day of woodland activities with our Woodland interpreter.

Nature enthusiasts / photographers

St Fagans is perfect for brushing up on identification skills or practising your photography.

Accessibility

The path is a short walk through our beech woodland to the Celtic village. It is pram and wheelchair friendly. For more info see the St Fagans visiting & access guide.

History

The woodland at St Fagans was planted at the start of the 20th century by the Earl of Plymouth, owner of St Fagans Castle and grounds. Today it is a sanctuary for wild birds, bats, rare animals and a great place to enjoy the outdoors.