St. Fagan’s National History Museum is an open-air museum in Cardiff, dedicated to ‘chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture and architecture of the Welsh people’. It’s very cool and also very green.
Taken on a Family outing to St Fagans, the open air National History Museum of Wales just outside Cardiff. They take old buildings and lovingly re-home them brick by brick in a safe enclave…and, it’s free entry if ever you pop along (although donations are very much welcomed).
Loved the contrast between these two buildings. Wish the dry stone wall wasn’t in the way but didn’t think they’d let me take it down just to balance the shot. The red paint’s a natural pigment so, if you run your hands over it they get all red and you can then paint yours (or someone else’s) face. Kids seem to naturally know this, much to parents dismay :)
I’ve posted too many colour photos lately that I just had to do a black and white :)
This is another from our family outing to St Fagans. This one’s in the Castle gardens (well, a 16th century manor house they like to call a castle). Very nearly walked right on past this. Hope I don’t have to say what I liked about it enough to take the pic, I’ll let it speak for itself.