St David’s Day activities Keep your kids entertained on St David’s Day with our crafty ideas. Daffodils Welsh Flag Make a Daffodil Make a Red Dragon Make a Welsh flag View full list Welsh myths & legends Ghost-haunted lakes, defeated giants and wizards: myths and legends await you around every corner. National symbols of Wales The story of Wales is long. Explaining why emblems include a dragon, spoon and funny-shaped ball. St David's Day St David’s Day the day when Wales unites in spectacular style. Where to enjoy the celebration. The Prince’s Passions HRH The Prince of Wales shares his Welsh passions, and memories of 55 years as The Prince of Wales. Royal Wales Visit the Welsh castles and mansions which have a special connection with the British Royal Family. King Arthur’s Wales Plan your own early medieval adventure by visiting our ancient hill forts and standing stones. The Royal Family in Wales A celebration of the strong connections between Wales and the British Royal Family. A royal North Wales Follow in the footsteps of princes and discover hidden castles, tranquil churches and royal abodes. Discover Welsh language Where did Welsh begin, who uses it now and how can you order a pint? Traditional Welsh recipes Welsh cooking is top-quality ingredients, lamb from mountains, Welsh beef, and abundant seafood. Wales’ amazing history Roman ruins, concentric castles, steam trains & industrial mines, Wales is the place to be inspired. The story of North Wales From Viking beginnings to craftsmen, harpists and sunbathers, north Wales has quite a history. The history of Mid Wales Visit a landscape as old as time and venture along the paths of sailors, miners and steam pioneers. History in action Ice Age mammals, embattled Kings, coal and pre-eminent poets, West Wales’ heritage is inspiring. South Wales history The Big Bang, castles built on shifting sands, the rise of industry and the call of the collieries. Unique buildings in Wales The tiniest house, the oldest inn, the oddest wall and other intriguing places to visit in Wales. Animal Wall Cardiff Garth Pier Bangor Chepstow Port Wall and Town Gate Dylan Thomas Boathouse Llanfair PG Station Norwegian Church Cardiff Bay Portmeirion Snowdonia The Skirrid Inn The Smallest House in Great Britain Ty Mawr Wybrnant View full list Deadly dragons A tale of two dragons, the famous Welsh red dragon and the Saxon English white dragon. The Revolting Peasants Discover why the peasants elected Owain Glyndŵr as their leader. 880: Lovely Laws Discover how Hywel the Good created the first National Eisteddfod. The wild women of Wales Jemima Nicholas’ story of deafting the French and the Pembroke Mum’s Army. 600: Heads You Win Discover the tale of the famous beheading of St Gwenfrewi in around 600AD. Prehistoric Pembrokeshire Go back in time and discover a treasure trove of ancient Pembrokeshire wonders.