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Notice: As of 7 April the current 'historic house' symbol directing traffic from M4 to Tredegar House will change to the National Trust oak leaf symbol. However, due to the expense, we are not currently able to change the brown sign symbols leading from the A38. These signs will retain the 'historic house' symbol.

A late 17th-century mansion and one of the wonders of Wales

Tredegar House is one of the architectural wonders of Wales and one of the most significant late 17th-century houses in the whole of the British Isles.

Situated within 90 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland, this delightful red brick house provides an ideal setting for a fantastic day out.

For more than 500 years the house was home to one of the greatest Welsh families, the Morgans, later Lords Tredegar. The Morgan family owned more than 40,000 acres in Monmouthshire, Breconshire and Glamorgan at the end of the 18th century. Their lives impacted on the population of south-east Wales socially, economically and politically and influenced the heritage of the area.

Easter half-term

Get out those Easter bonnets and join in with our half-term fun © Stuart Cox

Get out those Easter bonnets and join in with our half-term fun

Get out those Easter bonnets and join us for some good old fashioned springtime fun. Challenge the family to our Easter garden trail, creative paper crafts as well as hands on activities in the house like cooking in the Great Kitchen. (28 March - 12 April) 



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