The Parliament House is a Grade 1 listed building because of its historical significance. Here you can learn about the history of Glyndŵr and the long term significance of the rebellion. See the Exhibition Page to find out how.
The content of the exhibition meets the requirements of several key stages and elements of the National History Curriculum. Year 7 pupils could consider the various ways the story of Owain Glyndŵr has been interpreted in Parliament House, such as the interactive timeline, display panels and military theory, amongst others. The display also relates to the Cwricwlwm Cymreig. It is also relevant to the Active Citizenship Unit in Personal and Social Education and the Wales, Europe and the World Unit in the Welsh Baccalaureate.
Pupils are also welcome to do some brass rubbing and take the finished picture home. The price is marked on each picture.
Visits by school and college groups are welcome. Please contact the Centre to discuss the arrangements.
Entrance fee: Party of more than twenty - £30