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St Fagans National History Museum

                   

Coordinates: 51°29′13″N 3°16′21″W / 51.4869°N 3.2725°W / 51.4869; -3.2725

St Fagans National History Museum
Sain Ffagan: Amgueddfa Werin Cymru

St Fagans Castle in its grounds
St Fagans National History Museum is located in Cardiff
Location within Wales Cardiff
Established 1948
Location St. Fagans, Cardiff, Wales
Visitor figures

610,155 (2010)[1]

Website www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/stfagans/

St Fagans National History Museum (Welsh: Sain Ffagan: Amgueddfa Werin Cymru), commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located, is an open-air museum in Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture and architecture of the Welsh people. The museum is part of Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales.

It comprises over thirty re-erected buildings from various locations in Wales, and is set in the grounds of St Fagans Castle, an Elizabethan manor house. In 2011 Which? magazine named the museum the United Kingdom's favourite visitor attraction.[2]

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  History

The museum was started in 1946 following the donation of the castle and lands by the Earl of Plymouth. It opened its doors to the public in 1948, under the name of the Welsh Folk Museum. The museum's name in Welsh (also meaning "Welsh Folk Museum") has remained unchanged since that date, whereas the English title has been modified once to Museum of Welsh Life, and again to its current nomenclature.

The brainchild of Iorwerth Peate, the museum was modelled on Skansen, the outdoor museum of vernacular Swedish architecture in Stockholm. Most structures re-erected in Skansen were built of wood and are thus easily taken apart and reassembled, but a comparable museum in Wales was naturally going to be more ambitious as much of the vernacular architecture of Wales is made of masonry.

  Buildings and exhibits

  The museum's gallery and administration block, built by the Percy Thomas Partnership, 1968–74

The museum includes over forty buildings which represent the architecture of Wales, including a nonconformist chapel (in this case, Unitarian), a village schoolhouse, a Toll road tollbooth (below), a cockpit (below), a pigsty (below) and a tannery (below).

The museum holds displays of traditional crafts with a working blacksmith's forge, a pottery, a weaver, miller and clog maker. It also includes two working water mills: one flour mill and one wool mill. Part of the site includes a small working farm which concentrates on preserving local Welsh native breeds of livestock. Produce from the museum's bakery and flour mill is available for sale.

The medieval parish church of Saint Teilo (below) formerly at Llandeilo Tal-y-bont in west Glamorgan (restored to its pre-Reformation state), is the Museum's latest building, opened in October 2007 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. Though the museum was intended to preserve aspects of Welsh rural life, it now includes several buildings that depict the industrial working life that succeeded it, itself almost extinct in Wales. There is a row of workmen's cottages, depicting furnishing from 1800–1985, from Rhyd-y-car near Merthyr Tydfil (below), as well as the pristine Oakdale Workmen's Institute (below). A post-war prefabricated bungalow (below) has even been erected on the grounds.

Since 1996 the Museum has hosted the Everyman Summer Theatre Festival when it re-located from Dyffryn Gardens. This festival, which includes a Shakespeare play, a Musical and a Children's Show has become part of Welsh theatrical calendar since its founding at Dyffryn in 1983.

Scenes from the Doctor Who episodes "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood" were filmed at St Fagans.

  List of structures

Image Name Date Re-erected Original site County
(historic)
County
(modern)
Celtic Village St Fagans 01.JPG Celtic Village 1992 St Fagans, but based on buildings from
Gwynedd, Flintshire and Worcestershire[3]
St Fagans Farmhouse.jpg Hendre'r Ywydd Uchaf farmhouse 1508 1962 Llangynhafal, near Llandyrnog Denbighshire Denbighshire
St Teilo's Church, St Fagans National History Museum.jpg St Teilo's church c. 1100–c. 1520

(present form: c. 1520)

2007 Llandeilo Tal-y-bont, near Pontarddulais Glamorgan Swansea
Cilewent farmhouse, St Fagans.jpg Cilewent farmhouse begun 1470

(present form: 1734)

1959 Cwmdauddwr Montgomeryshire Powys
Tower House 2012 Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire
Y Garreg Fawr, Sain Ffagan.jpg Y Garreg Fawr farmhouse 1544 1984 Waunfawr Caernarfonshire Gwynedd
Stryd Lydan Barn, St Fagans, from north-east.jpg Stryd Lydan barn c. 1550 1951 Penley Flintshire Wrexham
St Fagans Castle 2008.jpg St Fagans Castle 1580 St Fagans Glamorgan Cardiff
Barn, National History Museum of Wales.jpg Hendre Wen barn c. 1600 1982 Llanrwst Denbighshire Conwy
The cockpit at St Fagans - geograph.org.uk - 631971.jpg Hawk and Buckle Inn cockpit 17th century 1970 Denbigh Denbighshire Denbighshire
Kennixton Farmhouse April 2012.JPG Kennixton farmhouse 1610 1955 Llangennith Glamorgan Swansea
Abernodwydd Farmhouse, St Fagans Museum of Welsh Life.jpg Abernodwydd farmhouse 1678 1955 Llangadfan Montgomeryshire Powys
Walesi kovács2.jpg Smithy 18th century 1972 Llawryglyn Montgomeryshire Powys
Tannery - National History Museum of Wales, St Fagans - geograph.org.uk - 659437.jpg Tannery late 18th century 1968 Rhayader Montgomeryshire Powys
Melin wlân Esgair Moel, Sain Ffagan.jpg Esgair Moel woollen mill 1760 1952 Llanwrtyd Brecknockshire Powys
Llainfadyn Cottage, St Fagans Museum of Welsh Life.jpg Llainfadyn cottage 1762 1962 Rhostryfan Caernarfonshire Gwynedd
Nant Wallter Cottage St Fagans.jpg Nant Wallter cottage c. 1770 1993 Taliaris, near Llandeilo Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire
Penparcau tollhouse, St Fagans.jpg Southgate tollhouse 1772 1968 Penparcau, Aberystwyth Cardiganshire Ceredigion
Pen Rhiw chapel, St Fagans.jpg Pen Rhiw Unitarian chapel 1777 1956 Dre-fach Felindre Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire
Cae Adda byre, St Fagans.jpg Cae Adda byre 18th–19th century 2003 Waunfawr Caernarfonshire Gwynedd
Pigsty St Fagans 1.JPG Pigsty c. 1800 1977 Hendre Ifan Prosser Glamorgan Rhondda Cynon Taf
Cottages from Rhyd-y-Car, now at St Fagans.jpg Rhyd-y-Car ironworkers' cottages c. 1800 1986 Rhyd-y-Car, Merthyr Tydfil Glamorgan Merthyr Tydfil
Ffermdy Llwyn-yr-Eos.jpg Llwyn-yr-Eos farmhouse begun 1820 St Fagans Glamorgan Cardiff
Gorse mill, St Fagans.jpg Gorse mill after 1842 1983 Dôl-wen Denbighshire Denbighshire
Melin Bompren, Sain Ffagan.jpg Melin Bompren corn mill begun 1852 1977 Cross Inn Ceredigion
Sied wair Maentwrog, Sain Ffagan.jpg Hayshed 1870 1977 Maentwrog Gwynedd
Tŷ haf, Sain Ffagan.jpg Summerhouse c. 1880 1988 Bute Park, Cardiff Glamorgan Cardiff
Gwalia Stores and Moss-Vernon's Portrait Studio, St Fagans.jpg Gwalia Stores 1880 1991 Ogmore Vale Glamorgan Bridgend
Maestir school, St Fagans.jpg School in use 1880–1916 1984 Maestir, near Lampeter Cardiganshire Ceredigion
St Fagans sawmill.jpg Sawmill 1892 1994 Tŷ'n Rhos, near Llanddewi Brefi Ceredigion
Tailor´s shop - Außen.jpg Tailor's shop 1896 (extended 1920s) 1992 Cross Inn Ceredigion
Pottery St Fagans 2.JPG Ewenny Pottery c. 1900 1988 Ewenny Glamorgan Vale of Glamorgan
Derwen Bakehouse.jpg Derwen bakehouse 1900 1987 Thespian Street, Aberystwyth Cardiganshire Ceredigion
Workers Institute St Fagans 1.JPG Oakdale Workmen's Institute 1916 1995 Oakdale Monmouthshire Caerphilly
Saddler's workshop at St Fagans.JPG Saddler's workshop 1926 1986 St Clears Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire
Swyddfa bost Blaen-waun.jpg Post office 1936 1992 Blaenwaun, near Whitland Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire
War memorial at St Fagans.JPG War memorial 1936 1996 Caetwmpyn Park, Newbridge Monmouthshire Caerphilly
Prefab, St Fagans.jpg Prefab bungalow 1948 1998 Gabalfa, Cardiff Glamorgan Cardiff
Gentlemen's Urinal, St Fagans National History Museum - 1136856.jpg Gentlemen's urinal Llandrindod Wells Radnorshire Powys
Anderson shelter at St Fagans.jpg Anderson shelter


  Future Developments

  • Scheduled to open by 2016 is a £24m revamp of the main museum building, together with the construction of two new gallery/ exhibition buildings[4]
  • Based on archaeological findings, the construction of an Iron Age farmstead from Anglesey, and Llys Rhosyr, a 13th century court of the princes of Gwynedd[5]
  • The rebuilding of the Victorian police station from Taff's Well, Rhondda Cynon Taf.[6]
  • The rebuilding of the Vulcan Hotel pub, Adamsdown, Cardiff.[7]

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