Venue Hire

St Fagans Castle

St Fagans Castle

Oakdale Workmen's Institute

Oakdale Workmen's Institute

St Fagans gardens

St Fagans gardens

St Fagans National History Museum offers several totally unique venues that are available for a host of events.

The Museum is home to over forty historical buildings, moved stone-by-stone from different parts of Wales, and tells the story of how Welsh people lived through the ages.

Set in beautiful 100 acres of countryside on the outskirts of Cardiff, the Museum stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle, a late 16th-century manor house donated by the Earl of Plymouth.

For information on wedding ceremonies and receptions, civil partnerships, photography and much more see the Weddings section.

There are also several venues available that can host various events from drinks receptions, gala dinners and award ceremonies to training days, seminars and meetings.

See the Corporate & Private Events section for more information.

For further information please download our brochure and menu below, or contact us to make an appointment to view the venue with a member of our Weddings or Venue Hire team.

St Fagans National History Museum

St Fagans National History Museum
St Fagans

Tel: (029) 2057 3500
Fax: (029) 2057 3490

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