Explore centuries of Welsh living in this traditional stone-built upland farmhouse. Set in the heart of the beautiful Conwy Valley, Ty Mawr was the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, the first translator of the Bible into Welsh.
Set in a steep gorge in the Neath valley, this famous waterfall and its fascinating industrial site is a hidden gem. Today the waters of the River Dulais are used to make Aberdulais self-sufficient thanks to the largest electricity-generating waterwheel in Europe.
Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at our 15th century merchant's house. Discover the merchant's shop and working kitchen on the ground floor. The first-floor hall is newly restored with colourful wall hangings and replica Tudor furniture.
This is the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history of the walled town over nearly six centuries. Furnished rooms and an audio-visual presentation show daily life from different periods in its history.
Our coastal centre of excellence provides you with a gateway to discover and explore the Llŷn. The design of the new centre takes its inspiration from Aberdaron’s architecture and the area’s maritime past.