From palatial buildings to industrial machinery and family heirlooms, we care for rich and diverse collections throughout Wales. Visit our special places and discover these hidden gems, family stories and secrets behind the scenes.
How did this Bible, published in 1588, save the Welsh language and change the history of Wales?
Find out about Robert Clive’s role in the East India Company and how he influenced British interests in the Indian subcontinent, profiting financially and materially in the process.
When a family lives in the same place for 400 years they gather a diverse collection of art, furniture and curiosities. Here are just a few of the treasures housed at Chirk Castle.
Erddig has the second largest collection of items in the whole of the National Trust. With a total of 30,000 to care for, it's no mean feat for the house team of conservators and volunteers.
As an antiques collector living in London during the last century Pamela Ward amassed an eclectic collection of over five thousand artifacts of 'little things she liked'.
Originally from Nottingham, the three sisters Eileen, Lorna and Honora Keating bought Plas Yn Rhiw in 1938. Their love of their home and the Llyn peninsula is ever present and the intimate collection enhances this atmosphere.
Be inspired by the world-renowned art and collections, exhibitions and more at the many historic places that we look after.
Discover the art and collections of over 200 historic places in the care of the National Trust.
A Celtic land with an industrial past steeped in myth, legend, poetry and song. Croeso i Gymru.