A stunning 17th Century mansion, with beautiful gardens, tea room and gift shop, managed by the National Trust. A great place to take the family for a day out.
Tredegar House is a striking example of a 17th-century Charles II mansion in Britain, bursting with a unique history that has cemented its place in Newport’s heritage.
For more than 500 years the estate was home to the Morgan family who later became the Lords Tredegar. The Morgan family was one of the most influential in South Wales, helping shape Newport and the wider area as we know it. There are plenty of tales to uncover as you make your way through the historic house; of riotous parties, menageries and war heroism. Each Morgan brought something different to this ever-changing home.
Today the mansion, gardens and parkland are looked after by the National Trust, the largest membership charity in the UK.
There is an annual programme of activities and events from pirate celebrations to nature activities to a traditional Christmas extravaganza. For a full list of events and activities please visit the Tredegar House website.
We need your approval to show you map from Google Maps.
By clicking 'ACCEPT', you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyse
site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.
Manage Privacy Settings
The following Cookies are used on this Site. Users who allow all the Cookies will enjoy the best
experience and all functionality on the Site will be available to you.
You can choose to disable any of the Cookies by un-ticking the box below but if you do so your
experience with the Site is likely to be diminished.
In order to interact with this site.
To help us to measure how users interact with content and pages on the Site so we can make