St. Fagans is an affluent village on the city’s outskirts, known for St. Fagans Castle. This Elizabethan manor has extensive gardens, with fountains, the Italian Garden and a rosery. Also within its grounds, the open-air St. Fagans National Museum of History showcases historic buildings relocated from across Wales, including a farm, a tannery, mills and a chapel. The surrounding countryside is popular with walkers.
Croeso – welcome to St Fagans National Museum of History
This museum has been Wales’s most popular heritage attraction for many years. It holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Wales. This is because St Fagans is a people’s museum, where we explore history together through people’s everyday lives.
Entry to the Museum free, thanks to support from the Welsh Government.