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Such a interesting place. Unfortunately we only had a couple of hours to slip a quick visit in, which really only gave us a glimpse of the museum. There is so much to see and the museum really brings history to life. We will definitely...More
Definitely worth a visit.Buy a map 50p.If possible choose a dry day as there is a fair amount of walking between the different dwellings on show.
Plenty of car parking space and if you have walking difficulties park up at the top of the hill...More
Really love coming here, all the old buildings to wonder around really does take you back in time. 🏘
All the attractions are descriptive the tell you where and when the buildings came from.
But saint Fagans has a beautiful stately home with absolutely lovely...More
During our visit today I spoke to a gentleman who was the guide at the "houses through the ages" exhibit. I spent an enjoyable 10 minutes chatting to Geraint. Despite the awful weather he was cheery, welcoming, enthusiastic and knowledgeable; exactly the kind of advocate...More
Visited recently with our young grandchild (18 months old) and had a really good day.
There are rebuilding the entrance, but this really didn't bother us at all and once completed, will greatly enhance the place.
Lots of families there with young children, so it...More
Having been previously,we knew what to expect, but it was our coch trip.... another days outing..!
The weather didn't help the cause...a very changeable week of high temperatures and then dullness and rain...! The cottages and general areas haven't changed... but are still very interesting...More
Water wheel not working. Building site in place of futuristic house and bronze age settlement. 2small cafes. Castle and lake were nice. £5 to park. Disappointing. Friend I went with had been a visitor for 15 years and this was the least interesting time to...More