St Fagans Natural History Museum
Commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located, it is an open air museum where you will find centuries of Wales’ social history gathered together in 100 acres of beautiful countryside, located in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle and gardens, a late 16th-century manor house.
Explore over forty original buildings from different historical periods which have been re-erected in the 100-acre parkland, among them houses, a farm, a school, a chapel, a pub and a splendid Workmen's institute. Experience one of the live workshops where craftsmen still demonstrate their traditional skills with a working blacksmith forge, pottery, a weaver, miller and clog maker. Part of the site includes a small working farm which concentrates on preserving local Welsh native breeds.
St Fagans is a fun and educational day out for all to enjoy and in 2011 it was named the UK's favourite visitor attraction.
Free admission, but a small fee for parking