St Fagans National Museum of History is an open-air museum displaying the historical lifestyle, culture, and architecture of the Welsh people, the museum is situated in Cardiff, Wales. The museum was opened to the public in 1948. The museum consists of 40 buildings re-erected from various locations across Wales, these reflect the different architectural styles across the country. The museum reflects different aspects of Welsh working life with watermills and a pottery, as well as a display of rural life. The museum has recently been improved with a new reception area.
If travelling by car, the museum is signposted from junction 33 of the M4 motorway. There is parking available at the museum but it costs 5£ to park. Buses run to and from Cardiff to the museum, get on the 32A which goes straight to the museum's car park or get the 320 or 321 to St Fagans village which is a short walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open daily, 10am-5pm. Entry to the museum is free. Dogs are welcome at the museum. The museum has onsite food and drinks opportunities.