Up to the moment information on the latest and most exciting interpretation projects in Wales; as well as details of thought provoking seminars and courses intended to help you hone your interpretation skills.

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Bryn Eryr Iron Age Farmstead now open at St Fagans

Bryn Eryr, the Iron Age farmstead at St Fagans National History Museum, is now fully open to the public. The building, which is based on an archaeological site from the time of the Roman conquest, is a recreation of a small Iron Age farmstead near Llansadwrn in the eastern corner of...

Barefoot walk your way to an Iron Age adventure at Castell Henllys

Barefoot walk your way to an Iron Age adventure at Castell Henllys

A new barefoot walking trail – among the first of its kind in Wales – gives you the chance to walk in the footsteps of Celtic warriors at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.

Designed and created by the...

Inspiring fires

Children from Hafod Primary School in Swansea got a taste of the Neolithic period , as award-winning artist Tom Goddard and outdoor expert Andrew Price brought ancient traditions to life at Parc le Breos Burial Chamber on the Gower peninsula.

During the ‘wilderness workshop’...

Brecon Beacons National Park Authority celebrate top interpretation award win.

Brecon Beacons National Park Authority’s ‘Walking with Romans’ project won a coveted Association for Heritage Interpretation 2015 Discover Heritage Award for excellence in interpretation of cultural and natural heritage in the “landscapes,...