St Fagans Museum - Cardiff Edition - Wales.
N 51° 29.188 W 003° 16.411
30U E 481008 N 5703959
Quick Description: St Fagans, National History Museum of Welsh Life, is one of Europe's leading open–air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction. St Fagans features in the Cyan section of the Cardiff Edition Monopoly board, Valued at M100.
Location: South Wales, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 7/29/2012 9:31:13 AM
Waymark Code: WMEZPT
The city of Cardiff is bustling with attractions like the Millennium Stadium, the National Museum and Cardiff Castle, all sitting alongside luxury hotels, shopping malls, restaurants and cafes. Now you can tour this amazing city and all its famous locations with the new Cardiff Monopoly! From the much-loved to the Wales Millennium Centre, it's all up for grabs as you race around the board building a property empire to beat your opponents!
"St Fagans National History Museum of Wales, located in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle, is an open-air museum in Cardiff depicting the historical lifestyle, culture and architecture of the Welsh people.
The museum includes 45 buildings which represent the architecture of Wales, including a nonconformist chapel, a village schoolhouse, a Toll road tollbooth, a cockpit, a pigsty and a tannery. Most of these buildings have been transported from various locations around Wales and reconstructed on this site. The museum also includes two working Watermills, one flour mill, one wool mill.
The medieval parish church of Saint Teilo is the Museum's latest building. Though the museum was intended to preserve 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 from Rhyd-y-car (1800–1985), near Merthyr Tydfil". Featured on the Cardiff edition of Monopoly. Source: (visit link
Hours of Operation:
10am – 5pm daily (open Bank Holiday Mondays)
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