National Trust - Aberconwy House
- Address: Castle St, TBC LL32 8AY, UK, Conwy, United Kingdom
- Phone: +44-1492592246
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids
National Trust - Aberconwy House - Review
In the historic town of Conwy, is a medieval merchant’s house, which is also one of the oldest properties in Wales, the Aberconwy House. Built in the medieval era, the house was restored in the year 1976 and subsequently converted into a museum. Corbel stones, jettied floors, overhanging structures and timber frames hint at Wealden or a Kentish influence on the architecture of this house. Visitors get to see an audio-visual presentation depicting the daily life of people during the various periods of the history of this house. In addition, tourists can also shop at the Aberconwy House for souvenirs, gifts, ornaments and books.
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How To reach National Trust - Aberconwy House by Public Transport
- Nearest train Station- Conwy
- Nearest Bus Stop- Castle Square (Stop R)
- Private Vehicles/Cabs
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National Trust - Aberconwy House, Conwy Reviews
700 year old history in this building. The volunteers working at the property are very knowledgable. Spent about 30 mins here hurriedly as i had little children with me.
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Really friendly staff.
Fabulous and small National Trust property, well worth the visit. Remember to pop and see the toll house too, a family of 6 once lived in the tiny miniature castle right by the suspension bridge.
Lovely place with helpful staff I recommend this place to everyone.
Pretty interesting old house. It is very small but a no brainer if you’re a member of the national trust which we are. I can’t comment on the value of you have to pay. They had an activity for the kids and there were volunteers in almost every room ready to tell you about the place.