A rich historical experience for groups and schools

Yr Ysgwrn’s doors are always open and ready to welcome group and school visits.

The dedicated team at Yr Ysgwrn have welcomed countless groups over the years and will ensure that your visit to Yr Ysgwrn will be a memorable one.

What to expect on your visit?

The dedicated team at Yr Ysgwrn will always consider your needs and will tailor your visit to ensure you get the best experience of visiting the site. Whether you’re a school or group there’s plenty to discover at Yr Ysgwrn.

The story and legacy of Hedd Wyn
The life, legacy and tragedy of one of Wales' best-loved poets.
Rural life in Wales
Experience family and community life in rural Wales at the turn of the 20th century.
First World War
The effects of living in the shadow of the First World War.
Bardic tradition and culture
Discover the unique Welsh-language bardic tradition and culture.

Groups

Small social and community groups are always welcome at Yr Ysgwrn and can be a fantastic day-out. Yr Ysgwrn’s team of seasonal staff will be on hand to ensure a memorable visit.

Farmhouse Tour: £7.50 per group member
Farmhouse Tour, discussion, tea and cake: £12.50 per group member

Schools

To ensure the best experience for school pupils, it is suggested that 30 is the ideal number for each visit but if you have a bigger group, please contact us to discuss options.

Teachers and assistants are expected to always supervise pupils on site.

School/College fee: £5 per pupil

Arrange a group or school visit

Get in touch with Yr Ysgwrn to arrange your group or school visit.

Contact

Financial Support for Travel

Snowdonia National Park Authority offers financial support to schools that visit Yr Ysgwrn to contribute towards travel costs.

Financial Support for Transport Costs Application Form (PDF, 3.9MB)

Go and See Fund

Go and See is a scheme by the Arts Council of Wales that can be used to fund visits to high-quality arts events in galleries, theatres, arts centres and other venues. Events could include visits to performances and exhibitions or visits to experience arts professionals developing and creating their work.

Go and See Fund (Arts Council Wales website)

Risk Assessment

For school visits, the National Park Authority have prepared a risk assessment for your use.

Download Risk Assessment (PDF, 413KB)

This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.