So here are a few pics of what St Fagans has to offer- enjoy!
|There is a farm on site and we came across these little piggies feeding on their mum.|
|Bedroom of the farmer's (nice) house|
|Workmen institute- this was were the minors would meet up and socialise. It even has a small cinema on 1st floor!|
My favourite part is the main street where you can go inside several shops, like this grocery store:
I love seeing all the old packaging and products- a lot of brands are actually still sold in supermarkets!
Every time I have been it was closed but today I managed to get some info. This is something I would absolutely love to do. I think I'm going to save a bit of money and treat myself soon.
I also like the little row of Welsh houses through the ages- from the late 19th Century to 1970. The first few houses are quite dark so I couldn't take good pics but here are some of my favourites pics:
|Child's room interior- prefab (50s?)|
|Parent's room (notice the plastic hot water bottle on the bed- never seen anything like this before!!)|
Entrance is free however the car park costs £3.50 for an all-day ticket (the machine doesn't give change but the person at reception can help you).
There are a lot of different activities going on every day centered on animals and crafts, which makes it very interesting and educational for children. There's a cafe and a restaurant in the building located at the entrance, and a tea shop not far from the "high street".
Until next time,