Whether you visit as an individual or as a family, there is always a warm and homely welcome at Yr Ysgwrn.
The historic Yr Ysgwrn farmhouse is open to visitors Tuesday–Sunday, with four guided tours every day.
In the guided tour around the farmhouse, you will learn more about farm life at the turn of the 20th century and hear the heart wrenching story of Hedd Wyn, the national chair-winning poet who lost his life in the First World War.
The walks around Yr Ysgwrn farm fields, picnic areas, café and interactive museum are free, with no need to book. As Yr Ysgwrn is a working farm, only guide dogs are allowed.
Get a deep insight into Yr Ysgwrn and Hedd Wyn’s life with a guided tour from the dedicated team of seasonal staff.
Yr Ysgwrn’s opening hours varies from season to season.
Yr Ysgwrn is a fantastic place to visit as a group or an educational school trip.
Information on Yr Ysgwrn’s on-site accessibility.
Get to know the dedicated team of seasonal staff keeping Yr Ysgwrn’s doors open.
Yr Ysgwrn can be a relaxed, peaceful and homely venue to host your meetings or events.
There is always a warm welcome at Yr Ysgwrn and the volunteer staff will always do their best to make sure that everyone has a rewarding experience.
Located on the Yr Ysgwrn site are:
- Yr Ysgwrn Farmhouse (Four guided tours a day)
- Tea room and museum shop
- Community room (available for hire during the summer season)
- An exhibition of Hedd Wyn, the Ysgwrn family and the community of Trawsfynydd
- Short film in Beudy House about the impact of the First World War
- Walking paths around the farmland
- Car park
If you wish to visit the Yr Ysgwrn farmhouse, where Hedd Wyn and his family lived for many years, you will need to book a guided tour in advance. Visit the Book a Guided Tour page for more information.