St Fagans welcomes you to Wales through the ages: with over 40 historic buildings to choose from, there’s so much on offer.
From a 1920s dancehall to an Elizabethan castle – get in touch to see what you could do here.
St Fagans is one of Europe’s leading open–air museums and Wales’s most popular heritage attraction and admission is free!
Open to the public since 1 November 1948, the museum stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle and gardens, a late 16th-century manor house donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth.
Throughout the year, St Fagans comes to life — literally — as traditional festivals, music and dance events are celebrated. St Fagans explores all aspects of how people in Wales have lived, worked and spent their leisure time. Like generations of visitors, you will be inspired by its celebration of Welsh traditions and lifestyles.

A small, flexible meeting and presentation space just off the M4, St Fagans National History Museum is a great place for a meeting, training day or workshop.
St Fagans offers several totally unique venues that are available for daytime or evening hire. With the Museum Gardens, the Castle, Oakdale Workmen’s Institute and a range of other flexible spaces, you’re sure to find the perfect location for your event.
The Castle Hall is a perfect venue for an intimate wedding ceremony, this Elizabethan manor house boasts rich tapestries, embroidered furniture, opulent rose-wood and oak furniture and wonderful oil paintings. The Castle grounds are ideal for a marquee reception.
The Castle Buttery & Dining Rooms can be hired for a host of events from training days and corporate dining, to afternoon tea or a formal dinner following a wedding ceremony.
Our formal Gardens, Italian Garden and Edwardian Rosery offer a beautiful setting and unequalled talking point for wedding parties, garden parties or corporate events.
Oakdale Institute offers flexible space comprising a Reading Room, Meeting Room and Concert Hall with a sprung floor for dancing and a stage for entertainment. Oakdale is also fully licensed for wedding ceremonies.
Committee Room A light, purpose-built room, close to ample parking facilities, gives well proportioned meeting space suitable for up to 20 delegates
In line with our commitment to free entry, we offer a discounted day rate for Community Groups, Formal Education Bodies, Welsh Government and Registered Charities.
We’re Wales’ biggest provider of learning outside the classroom, as well as guardians of its national collection.
Make a booking and support our work as a charity – as we deliver events, exhibitions and opportunities to over half a million visitors, every year.

Suite/CapacityTheatreClassroomBoardroomCabaretBanquetU-ShapedReception
Committee Room351815----
Castle Dining Room15-15-40-40
Castle Hall------60
Castle Buttery--15-40-60
Oakdale Hall 12010030309050100

Interested in this venue? Please contact Cardiff Convention Bureau on (0)29 2087 2092 or email meet@visitcardiff.com