St Fagans (/səntˈfæɡənz/ sənt-FAG-ənz; Welsh: Sain Ffagan) is an area in the west of the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales. To the south lies the village of Michaelston-super-Ely, and to the east the suburb of Fairwater. St Fagans lies on the River Ely, and previously had a railway station on the South Wales Main Line, and currently there is a level crossing. St Fagans is home to St Fagans Cricket Club. It is home to St Fagans National History Museum (formerly called the Museum of Welsh Life), St Fagans Castle, St Fagans Old Rectory and St Mary's Church. The name of the area invokes Saint Fagan, according to William of Malmesbury a 2nd-century missionary to Wales but for whom there is no reliable historical evidence. In 1648, the Battle of St Fagans took place close by. Wikipedia
Discover the beauty of the city's striking landscope, welcome to St Fagans, United Kingdom. A gripping city on its own right, Bath also deserves a visit. Take a short trip from St Fagans and set some time aside to explore the Bath. Dotted with places like Roman Baths Museum, Bath Abbey, The Circus And The Royal Crescent; it will definitely be a good idea. Tour packages of St Fagans are of 1 to 2 days duration.