Frustrated that you can’t leave the house? Then read on!
We’ve put together a list of heritage-inspired activities that you can do from home.
There are loads of online articles, collections and virtual tours that are available at the click of a button. We’ll be updating our list as more things become available, so please keep checking back to find out about new opportunities.
Interested in the protected historic assets of Wales? Explore our nationally important monuments, buildings and landscapes using Cadw’s Cof Cymru service.
Find out more about the archaeology and history on your doorstep and further afield across Wales using the Welsh Archaeological Trusts’ Archwilio digital historic environment record service and Coflein, the online catalogue of archaeology, buildings, industrial and maritime heritage maintained by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.
Discover the rich history and archaeology of Wales using the People's Collection Wales, which contains thousands of items uploaded by individuals, community groups and heritage organisations across Wales. Even better, register and start uploading your own memories!
The People’s Collection Wales wants to archive the rainbows created by our children for future generations to remember. Every Thursday, they will also be celebrating the history of health care in Wales.
Use Cadw’s learning resources to build mini replicas of our most famous monuments from LEGO® or find out what was going on at our sites over the centuries. Explore our dedicated creative learning page here.
Delve into the online collections, learning activities and resources held at the seven museums that comprise the National Museum Wales.
Learn about the history of Wales through ten objects.
Read thought-provoking articles on Wales and Welsh History on HistoryExtra, courtesy of the BBC History Magazine.
Share your stories of the NHS with the NHS at 70 project. They’re creating a digital archive of health service history by recording the stories of people who have worked for or been cared for by the NHS since its creation in 1948.
Browse the growing collection of open access journal articles and ebooks, including content relating to Wales through JSTOR, the digital library for scholars, researchers and students.
Explore the public art collections of Wales with Art UK.
Be inspired listening to historic sound collections accessioned by The British Library.
Bryn Celli Ddu CGI Film
Rebuilding the past: Caerphilly Castle
Deganwy Castle: Siege, Bloodshed & Destruction
Rising from ruins: Segontium Roman Fort
Neath Abbey CGI reconstruction
Rising from ruins: Pentre Ifan
Artist in Residence at Dinefwr