The CADW Open Doors Events are almost upon us and with it comes the chance to visit a wide range of Welsh places of interest for free. Some of the places listed are not usually open to the public which also makes this a rare chance to explore the hidden treasures of Wales and immerse yourself in Welsh culture and history. Here are just a few of the events on offer on the CADW Open Doors Day, Gwynedd and Conwy Events page.
From the 1st to the 24th of September 2016, The Sir Henry Jones Museum is opening its doors to the public every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday for the CADW Open Doors Day. The museum is 15 minutes away from us by car and is also currently open from 2-4pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday until the 1st of October 2016. A registered charity, the childhood home of Sir Henry Jones shows what life was like in this small Welsh Village in the late 19th Century. The museum houses the shoemakers workshop, tiny kitchen and bedroom where the family lived. To find out more, please click here to visit the museums website, click here to find directions or call them on 01745 860630.
On the 3rd of September from 2-5 pm, Hafodunos Hall in Abergele (which is situated close to the Sir Henry Jones Museum) will be open to visitors. Hafodonus is a Gothic Revival House which was built in the 1860's and was bought by its current owner Dr. Richard Wood in 2010. The gardens are Grade II listed and the house is Grade I listed and is not usually open to the public. On the day there will be Art Exhibitions, Talks and Lectures. Hafodunos Hall is a 15 minute drive away from our Holiday Cottages & Farmhouse. For more information about Hafodunos Hall, please click here to visit the website.
From 10am to 5pm (last entry at 4.30pm) on the 8th of September, Bodnant Garden will be granting free entry as part of CADW Open Door Days. Bodnant is a world famous garden and centre of horticultural excellence which is home to National Collections and Champion Trees. Other facilities include cafe's a restaurant, garden centre and shop. The CADW Open Door Day will be the perfect chance to take in the scents and sights of this stunning part of North Wales. For more information about Bodnant Garden, please click here to visit the website.
Llandudno Museum is a Charitable Trust which houses the collections of Frances Chardon and artefacts relating to the archaeology and history of Lllandudno. The Museum will be taking part in the CADW Open Doors Day on the 24th of September from 10.30am until 5pm. There will be an opportunity to book on one of the two guided tours of the museum which will take place at 11am and 2pm and are approximately one hour long. For more information about Llandudno Museum, please click here to visit the website.
To visit the CADW Open Doors Day, Gwynedd and Conwy Events Page, please click here. You will then be shown the full list of what's going on in this area. To book your stay at Pen-y-Bryn Farm, please click here to check our availability calendar and click here to find out more about our Holiday Cottages & Farmhouse. We look forward to welcoming you to Pen-y-Bryn Farm, the gateway to the best that North Wales has to offer.