Mynachlog Fawr Exhibition

In 2020 the Strata Florida Trust began its latest project in the work to conserve and convert the buildings of Mynachlog Fawr into the Strata Florida Centre. 

This stage involves the repair and conversion of the Grade II listed Ty Pair and cart shed, adjacent to the Grade II* listed Mynachlog Fawr farmhouse, into the Mynachlog Fawr Exhibition. The completed building will be free to enter and include the “Mynachlog Fawr in 30 objects” exhibition, featuring a variety of objects and documents from the farmhouse and farm buildings, along with a place for visitors to relax and enjoy the historic building.

This exciting project has received £92,400 from the NHLF, £80,000 from the World Monuments Fund and £6,000 from the Sacred Landscapes of Medieval Monasteries Project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Work will begin on site on the 21st September 2020 and we hope to open the site to the public at the start of May 2021.

Our plans

The Ty Pair and cart shed today - the buildings are in poor condition and in need of significant repair

Architectural plans for the completed Mynachlog fawr Exhibition building. All work will be undertaken to a high standard, with conservation at the heart of our work. 

Historic features such as this enourmous fireplace will be retained and conserved

A variety of documents and objects from the house and farm will be displayed to give a taste of the history of the extraordinary property

 

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