Making History at St Fagans
The open-air Museum and historic buildings remain open (apart from Garreg Fawr and the Castle). The main building and galleries are closed whilst we completely transform the visitor experience.
10am – 5pm daily (open Bank Holiday Mondays)
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
LocationSt Fagans National History Museum
Phone: 0300 111 2 333
Advice for our disabled visitors
Food & Drink
At St Fagans National History Museum we pride ourselves in providing good quality food that is cooked on site using local, Welsh products whenever possible.
You can bring your dog to St Fagans, provided it is kept on a lead. We can only let guide dogs into the historic buildings.
The dedicated shopper can find an exciting range of products to suit all ages and pockets at St Fagans, from jewellery, accessories, food and drink to stationery, books and children’s toys – and everything in between.
All Groups MUST pre-book their visit.
Supporting the ‘Kids in Museum’s Manifesto’ and recently voted as one of the best free places to go in South East Wales by Netmums.com, St Fagans is a great day out for explorers of all ages.
Prams and Pushchairs
Prams and pushchairs are welcome in St Fagans but they cannot be taken into most of the historic buildings. You can take a pushchair or pram into Oakdale Institute, St Teilo’s Church and Gwalia Stores.
If you use an adaptive pushchair or wheelchair, please visit our Access Page.
£5.00 per day. Please bring change as machines cannot accept notes or card payments. FREE for disabled badge holders, motorbikes and coaches. £25 yearly ticket available from Reception.