Unlock a land of myths and legends, vibrant history and culture, stately homes, mighty castles and great gardens, all enveloped by rugged coast and dramatic landscapes.

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What's coming up in 2015

North Wales

The Garden is great for all ages © NTPL

Erddig, every Monday, 1.30pm-3pm

Explore 1,200 acres of parkland with Erddig's rangers. From the Motte and Bailey castle site to the famous Cup and Saucer and a myriad of ancient trees, there's lots to discover.

Bodnant Garden, 21 March, 7pm-8.30pm

Join Bodnant Garden for a spot of star gazing with members of the local astronomy society and learn all about the cosmos.

Plas Newydd, 28 February, 1, 7 and 8 March

Join Plas Newydd to wake up the house. Take a guided tour and discover the story behind the house.

South Wales

Mother and child looking at flowers in the garden at Springhill, County Lon © NTPL/Arnhel de Serra

Stackpole, 4 March, 7am-9am

Join volunteer Rangers, Jim & Marilyn, and explore the Bosherston lakes at the most serene and tranquil time of the morning. If you're lucky you may even catch a glimpse of our resident otters.

Dinefwr, 6 March, 12pm-1pm

See Dinefwr’s White Park Cattle close up and visit them in their winter home.

Dyffryn Gardens, 15 March, 1.30pm-3.45pm

Treat your Mum to afternoon tea in the house at Dyffryn, gaze out over the gardens whilst sipping tea and sandwiches.

Colby Woodland Garden, 15 March, 10am-5pm

A real treat for mum and the family; browse, buy and try your hand at crafty activities.

What's on in Wales

Places to stay

You can find campsites amongst the mountains, bunkhouses next to beautiful beaches and holiday cottages in some of the country’s finest scenery.

We have some fantastic places to stay in Wales for your holidays.

Collections online

You can now explore more than 700,000 objects from artistic treasures to everyday household items and quirky things on our new collections website.

Explore the Welsh collections online before seeing them for real.

Top news stories

Welsh blogs

Keep in touch with what's happening at our places across Wales.

Read blogs that are written by those who look after mountains, moorland, beaches, buildings and so much that make Wales special.

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