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Things to do at Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant

Two visitors in the garden at Ty Mawr Wybrnant, Conwy, with daisies in the foreground.
Visitors in the garden at Ty Mawr Wybrnant | © National Trust Images / Arnhel de Serra

We look forward welcoming you to Tŷ Mawr again this year. We’re continuing to work with partners to offer an exciting programme of monthly open days, each with a different theme. We’ll be sharing all our updates here.

Opening times - 2024

Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant will be open on the following days:

Tuesday16 April - 5 October 10am until 4pm
Saturday16 April - 5 October 10am until 4pm
Monday22 July - 31 August10am until 4pm
SundayFirst Sunday of every month. April - September. See monthly open days section below for more information.10am until 4pm

The exhibition room will be open daily between 24 March – 1 September and visitors are also welcome to enjoy the grounds and explore nearby paths during their visit.

Please note the toilets will only be open when the farmhouse is open. 

To reach Tŷ Mawr head to Penmachno and follow brown signs from there, do not follow sat nav or come via A470. 

Monthly open days

From April until October this year the farmhouse will be open on the first Sunday of every month between 10am and 4pm as part of a series of monthly open days, each exploring a different theme.

2 June - Picnic on the lawn with Gwilym Bowen Rhys

Bring a picnic and a blanket with you to enjoy the unique atmosphere at Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant in the company of the talented musician Gwilym Bowen Rhys. Starts at 1pm.

You must book a place beforehand. Please e-mail: or phone: 07890899645 / 01766 510 120.

7 July - Tŷ MawrRestoration history

A fascinating documentary called 'Dyddiau Dyn - Newid Tŷ’ from 1988 will be shown which documents the restoration of Tŷ Mawr during the 1980s.

4 August - Creative portraits of William Morgan

Creative portraits of William Morgan by local school pupils will be displayed as part of the 'Masterpieces in Schools' partnership with the National Library of Wales.

1 September - Lecture by Professor Angharad Price

Welsh Catholics in the time of William Morgan.

Previous events which have taken place at Tŷ Mawr this year

A guided walk by Ioan Davies, Eryri National Park Warden in partnership with Cwm Penmachno Nature Festival took place at the start of May. The walk was a chance to hear a bit about its history and to explore the natural beauty of the Wybrnant valley.

A dilapidated farmhouse with stone bridge in front of it at Ty Mawr Wybrnant

Discover more at Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant

Find out when Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant is open, how to get here, the things to see and do and more.

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