St Fagans is one of Wales's most popular Heritage attractions. It is located in the grounds of St Fagans Castle, a late 16th century manor house. Over the last 50 years, more then 40 original buildings from different historical periods have been re-erected in the 100 acre parkland.
Buildings include different syles of welsh houses throughtout the ages, a farm, a chapel, school, craft workshops, and many more.
There is also a large gallerey, with exhibitions of costumes, daily life and farming implements.
There are also special exhibitions which are held regulargy.
There is a self-service restaurant which is in the main building, with a snack-bar nearby. There is a award winning tea room which is definitely worth a visit is located above Gwalia Stores (open all year). Cafe Bardi is situated in the Main Entrance Hall and serves a variety of home-made cakes, sandwiches, boxed salads and soup and also hot and cold drinks. There is a picnic area just inside the open-air section, and the Museum’s bakery also sells delicious bread and snacks.
Entry is free of charge.
Car Park is £3.50 for the whole day.
Open hours are 10am-5pm