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Historical Event:Open Doors - Llwyn Celyn at Llwyn Celyn

Heritage Open Day, Sat 4 - Sun 5 Dec 2021, free entry

Philip Michell

Philip Michell

Philip Michell

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Please note that facemasks are still required in indoor public places in Wales, with the exception of hospitality businesses.

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Llwyn Celyn,


Landmark Trust


Join us to celebrate for our festive open day. Entry is free but tickets need to be pre-booked via EventBrite.

At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory and is a very rare survival. Llwyn Celyn is rich in medieval features and has barely changed since around 1690. It has been carefully conserved and restored by the Landmark Trust.

Skirrid Mountain Productions will be performing enchanting children's stories with beautiful puppets from the show 'Grow!' in the Threshing Barn:
Why are the Sun and the Moon arguing?
Who is that floating above the rooftops?
And why does the dancing frog sound like a sheep?

Acclaimed local children's writer and performer Philip Michell, presents his wonderful stories, to inspire the mind and ignite the imagination. For children aged 4 to 104! Tickets will need to be pre-booked via EventBrite.

Event details

Dates Times
Sat 4 - Sun 5 Dec 2021 10:00 to 16:00
Access may be restricted to some parts of the site. Parking will be well signposted and there will be short walk uphill to the site – please wear sturdy footwear. Currently, the site is not suitable for those with limited mobility.


Free entry

*Entry is free but your visit must be pre-booked via EventBrite*


See location of Llwyn Celyn on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 309218  Lat: 51.89053 Long: -3.00486

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