Wool was Wales' most important industry from the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century. This is brought to life at the National Wool Museum. A myriad of
historic woolen mills are still in operation scattered throughout the scenic countryside. Countless weavers, knitters, spinners, dyers, felters and other fiber artist still draw on their
traditional roots to ply their crafts and teach workshops. The influence of Welsh quilts is now recognized as being of world-wide significance and can be explored at the Welsh Quilt Center.
We'll delve into it all with a variety of hands-on workshops and exclusive textile visits while journeying through the magic of Wales.
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Did you know...
- Wales has more castles per square mile than
anywhere else in Europe
- 20% of the country is protected by National
- A mythical dragon is the country's national
- Miles of white sand beached and unspoiled
- Dramatic mountains and lakes
- Roman Ruins and dozens of sites linked to King
All in the size of
the state of New Jersey!