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 East Wales

Having fun den building in the woods © National Trust/Julie Tucker

Erddig, 14 to 22 February

Come along for a fun day of den building. You'll even get the chance to toast marshmallows on our bonfire. 



South East Wales

Pruning fruit tree © Nelson Douglas

Dyffryn Gardens, 7, 14, 21, 28 January

Drop in to see how we prune our fruit trees in our walled gardens. It's a great opportunity to get some tips on how to prune yours too.

Tredegar House, 16 to 20 February

Join us for a bird box making workshop and build a new cosy home for your garden friends.

North West Wales

Carpets of dainty snowdrops © Jonathan Pow

Bodnant Garden, 13 to 22 February

Get your gardening gloves on. Help us plant thousands of snowdrops to provide a white snowy carpet in our glorious gardens for years to come.

Penrhyn Castle, 1 March

To celebrate Welsh traditions on St David's Day, come and enjoy a flavour of Wales at Penrhyn Castle.




South West Wales

Is it a pancake, is it a scone? © Russell Clement

Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre, 13 February

Calling all astronomers. Enjoy a dark sky extravaganza in the planetarium including a rocket making workshop and (if the skies are clear) a look outside identifying various star constellations. You'll have the chance to learn about the Milky Way, meteor showers and more.

Llanerchaeron, 17 February

Have fun on a pancake trail at Llanerchaeron. Hunt for the ingredients and once you've found them all, enjoy a freshly made pancake in the kitchen.

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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