A place shaped by the local community, Tredegar House and its surrounding gardens and parkland stand proudly at the heart of Newport’s heritage.
We're opening up Tredegar House free of charge as part of Cadw's annual Open Doors weekend. Entry to the walled gardens and mansion house will be free of charge on Saturday 14th September. Please be aware that entry to the mansion house will be with timed tickets. As we are likely to be busy we would recommend arriving early to avoid disappointment.
Tredegar House, Pencarn Way, Newport, NP10 8YW
By cycle: National Cycle Network Route 4 (NCN4) passes the entrance By bus: Local bus routes 30 and 36 stop within a 5-minute walk of Tredegar House By train: Nearest station is Newport Station: 2 miles By road: Tredegar House is signposted from both the A48 and the M4. When driving along the M4 you can follow the National Trust oak leaf symbol on the brown signs until you exit at junction 28. From there, look out for the 'historic house' symbol around junction 28 and the A48 rather than the National Trust oak leaf. Please be aware the new J28 roundabout layout can be confusing for those driving it for the first time so we advise consulting a map or a SatNav before heading off. Parking: Onsite pay and display. SatNav: When using a SatNav for directions, please do not input the postcode as this will take you on a wild goose chase! Instead, use the road name 'Pencarn Way.' If you follow the road to the roundabout you will find yourself at the entrance Tredegar House.