We are open!
Our new Arddangosfa Mynachlog Fawr Exhibition opened to the public on Saturday 31st July 2021
The exhibition includes a carefully selected collection of items found in the farmhouse and outbuildings to give visitors a insight into the lives of those who used to live here. From tools which show the hard manual work which happened on farm before electricity, to letters and documents which tell the story of family life, and even a few objects connected with superstition and the warding off of evil, there will be lots to explore!
Within our exhibition visitors will can time travel using our virtual reconstruction of the site in 1238 and 1947 created by Virtual Histories. Meet the characters and explore the buildings through all four seasons, seeing how life was lived on the farm.
Also within our beautifully restored historic building are sofas to sit and relax in front of the old fireplace, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, and browse our selection of reference books, magazines and second hand books.
Come and visit our free exhibition Wednesday to Saturday 11-4.
What can i do at the exhibition?
Come and visit us Wednesday to Saturday from 11am - 4pm
Explore our fascinating objects to delve into the history of the Arch family and life in rural Ceredigion
Have fun with a variety of children's activities and quizzes
Meet the characters and explore the buildings through all four seasons, seeing how life was lived on the farm using our digital reconstruction of the site in 1238 and 1947.
Relax on the sofas in front of the fire and enjoy our beautifully restored grade II listed building
Enjoy a cup of tea from our machine, or bring your own thermos
Take a break from your walk or cycle and enjoy your lunch on our bench outside
Friday: 11am - 4pm
Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Our exhibition is accessible for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
There is parking less than 50 metres from the exhibition, in addition to a drop off space directly outside. There are no steps to enter the exhibition, just a gentle slope. Inside the exhibition the floor is uneven, but wheelchairs and pushchairs can navigate on it.