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

Easter Egg Trails

Easter egg trails across Wales © NTPL/John Millar

 We’ve teamed up with Cadbury again this year to bring you Easter Egg Trails.

Explore Wales’s most inspiring places from spring woodlands and coastal trails, to historic homes and castles.

Inspire your child’s inner adventurer and transform them into an Eggsplorer.

South East

A view of the Great Lawn seen from the master bedroom © Andrew Butler

Ask the Gardener at Dyffryn Gardens, 2 and 9 April, 11am to 1pm

Drop in anytime between 11am and 1pm to see our Walled Gardener Ceridwen making our plant frames for this year's crop. Ask her questions and get some tips on how to make your own frames at home.


South West

Lambs frolicking © Scott Mackie

Pet lamb feeding at Llanerchaeron, 28 March to 12 April

Help us feed our hungry pet lambs! The feedings run twice daily throughout the Easter school holidays.


North East

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

100 species challenge at Erddig, 18 April, 10am to 4pm

Join Cheshire and Clwyd wildlife expert David Higginson-Tranter on a challenge to find 100 different species on our 1,200 acre country estate. Booking essential.


North West

The Garden is great for all ages © NTPL/NTPL

Spring Tree Trek at Penrhyn Castle, 8 April, 2pm to 3.30pm

Join our gardener for a friendly and informal guided walk through the gardens and grounds, taking in the estate's impressive collection of trees.


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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