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Tredegar House

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venue policy Tredegar House is one of the architectural wonders of Wales and one of the most significant late 17th century buildings in the whole of the Britain.

For over five hundred years, it was home to one of the greatest of Welsh families, the Morgans - later Lords Tredegar - until they left until 1951.

After twenty-three years as a school, the house, together with ninety acres of parkland, was purchased by Newport Borough Council and in 1976 a major programme of restoration began, which continues to this day.

Tredegar House is now open for public tours from April to September, giving you the opportunity to enjoy one of South Wales' best kept secrets. Additional special events take place throughout the year.
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