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A celebration of prehistoric Wales and beyond

Bryn Celli Ddu and its surrounding landscape is truly magical. One of the most important aspects of being there is the fabulous surroundings: the monument is not only beautiful but is also one of the most important and best-preserved examples of a Neolithic passage tomb in Wales, dating to around 5,000 years old.

Come and find out more about this special place, and enjoy a day of living history, tours, exhibits, food demonstrations and a range of hands-on experimental archaeology activities for all the family.

Throughout the day, attendees will be invited to watch live flint knapping demonstrations with flint experts Ancient Crafts; take a bilingual archaeology tour of the monument with the famous punk antiquarian Rhys Mwyn; watch demonstrations of ancient pot and basket making techniques; through to finding out more about ancient natural dyes, ochre mineral paint pigments and the colourful geology of the island with Stone Science.


Free Entry
For full site information, including seasonal opening times and facilities, please visit the Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber monument page.