Pembrokeshire house rebuilt at St Fagans history museum


A trader's house from 16th Century Pembrokeshire has been rebuilt piece by piece at St Fagans: National History Museum near Cardiff.

The Tudor building, which included a store for goods, was originally built against a steep wooded bank behind Quay Street in Haverfordwest.

The group of young apprentices who dismantled the small house in the 1980s have reassembled it 30 years on.

It was opened to the public following a ceremony on Monday.

Matt Murray reports.

Tudor trader home opens at museum

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