Museum of Welsh Life


Established during the 1940s at St. Fagans, on the western edge of the city (Cardiff), the open-air Museum of Welsh Life was one of the first of its kind. Buildings from all over Wales, including workers' terraced cottages, farmhouses, a tollhouse, a row of stores, a chapel and an old schoolhouse have been carefully reconstructed within the 40 ha (100 acre) parklands, along with a recreated Celtic village. There is also a Tudor mansion which can be visited, boasting its own beautiful gardens on the grounds.
excerpt from
Museum of Welsh Life Visitor Guide

01 September 2002

Taylor's Shop

Welsh Life Museum Taylor's Shop


Gwalia Stores

Welsh Life Museum Gwalia Stores

celtic village circular house

Welsh Life Museum Celtic Village Circular House

tollhouse

Welsh Life Museum Tollhouse wall

Kennixton Farmhouse

Welsh Life Museum Kennixton Farmhouse

circular pigsty

Welsh Life Museum Circular Pigsty


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