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A Woman's Work at Aberdulais
A Woman's Work at Aberdulais

Women at Aberdulais 

Discover the women behind the workforce at Aberdulais this summer. Check out the working women exhibition, have a go at some traditional crafts, or take part in one of the many Victorian activities.

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Upcoming events

A Woman's Work Exhibition

Tue 22 May 2018
10:30-16:00
Tin worker, seamstress, home-maker, mother, cook, teacher...the roles of Women behind the workforce at Aberdulais.

May half term fun

Sat 26 May 2018
10:00-17:00
There's lots of fun activities going on this half term for all the family to enjoy. Why not join us to make some traditional Victorian crafts and treats.

Father's Day

Sun 17 Jun 2018
10:30-16:00
It's time to treat your dad this Father's Day. Why not take advantage of free entry to Aberdulais and enjoy spending time together in the great outdoors.

Victorian Family Time

Wed 25 Jul 2018
10:00-17:00
Why not join us this summer to share in some Victorian past-times. See how Victorian families spent time together and have a go at some traditional fun and games.

A Woman's Wardrobe

Sat 28 Jul 2018
10:30-16:30
The Victorian tin workers may have dressed in leather aprons and caps, but the ladies of the house also had to "make do and mend" when it came to their attire.

The Working Woman's Home

Sat 04 Aug 2018
10:30-16:30
Use your imagination to peek behind the blinds at Number 2 Waterfall Cottage to explore the home-life behind the workforce.
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Learning

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Learning at Aberdulais 

Educational visits, Victorian classrooms and day trips. Learning has never been so much fun

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Aberdulais on the National Trust Collections website