Celebrating the newly completed Stoneworks project to restore the exterior of Dyffryn House, we are opening the Morning Room as an exhibition space.
Discover more about the different lives and fortunes of Dyffryn House since it was built in the 1890s. Find out about the conservation and restoration work we are carrying out to stabilise the building so that it stands proudly at the heart of the gardens for another 125 years.
The exhibition will be open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday, 11am to 3pm. The exhibition is free, normal admission applies.
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
- Meeting point
Enter the exhibition via the South Terrace. The Welcome team will direct you.
There is ramped access to the Morning Room and seating inside. Assistance dogs welcome. The space is relatively quiet but ear defenders are available to borrow from Welcome for adults and children.
The exhibition is inside a Grade II* historic building. We ask that no food or drink is consumed inside the exhibition as it attracts pests that can damage the interior.
Enjoy festive events and join in as we decorate Dyffryn ready for Christmas. Discover merry scenes nestled in the gardens, build a snowman, add to our ribbon garlands, enjoy family games and help us fill the garden with Christmas cheer.
Join Rhian Rees from Wild and Fabulous Flowers for a festive workshop in the Gallery. Guided by Rhian, learn how to create beautiful, natural wreaths from greenery harvested by our Gardens Team and take a little piece of Dyffryn home with you.