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An independent museum run primarily by the Barry at War History Group.
Discover the historic towns of Llantwit Major and Cowbridge by following their Blue Plaque town trails.
Cosmeston Medieval Village is one of Wales' leading open-air museums and a popular heritage attraction within the Vale of Glamorgan. Discover how people lived and worked in the village circa 1350 with guided tours.
An unusually warlike religious settlement
Penarth Pier stands majestically looking out over the Severn Estuary and is home to the iconic 1929 art deco styled refurbished Pavilion building.
A visit to SWAM is the perfect day out for everyone. Visitors are encouraged to interact with the aircraft's and exhibits which enables them to have a fully immersive experience.
During 1894 and 1895 excavations took place on Barry Island, which revealed remains of a chapel parts of which date from 12th Century and until the 17th Century it was covered in sand.
The Church of St. Cadocs at Llancarfan is the focus of this small and charming village in the heart of Vale of Glamorgan.
One of the most important churches in Wales containing a collection of ancient crosses.
Lonely Neolithic tomb with links to Arthurian legend