The first was the St. Fagans National History Museum. This should be done in a whole day. We had just a couple of hours to run between the living history exhibits of relocated or restored buildings of various periods of time. Although we did take time to visit with the docents about teapots.
|This is a cock-fighting pit. Mormon Missionaries preached in these because they were such natural auditoriums|
and they generally weren't welcome in churches or chapels.
|Early Victorian dining.|
|Early Victorian Kitchen. And, yes, He does.|
|Aberystwyth South Toll Gate and House.|
|Late Victorian tailor's shop|
|Angel lit by natural light of window.|
|A bedroom fit for an Industrial Age Princess of vast wealth.|
|Castell Coch towers surrounding the courtyard. This has also been a setting for Doctor Who.|
|The setting: In the middle of a lake!|
|Caerphilly's leaning tower on the left. Another, "thanks a lot Cromwell for blowing up our castle."|
|The restored Great Hall with a Mab Cymru|
|Long may she wave on the High Tower at Caerphilly!|
|I want this stairway in my house! (I'm already in love with the beautiful Lady!)|
|Word has it that in the last year more dragons have come to Caerphilly.|
|My wife, the Physics Teacher and Cub Scout Leader, wanted pictures of the trebuchet.|
It worries me a little.
|Geese, ducks, and swans enjoy the Caerphilly moat and lake.|