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  •  In St Fagans National Museum of History  you can discover how people lived and worked in Wales in the past by visiting their re-erected historic buildings. Did you know that you can watch the blacksmith and the clog maker at their work, using the early tools
  • At four miles long and well over 40m deep,  Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid) is the largest lake in Wales. That is like the depth of over 6 swimming pools, that’s a long way down!
  • The Royal Welsh Show is held annually in Mid- Wales during the summer and winter period and is one of the largest agricultural shows in the UK bringing the farmers industry and the Welsh community together. Did you know that only Canada and Australia are the only two other countries to host 'Royal' agricultural shows
  • The Principality Stadium is Wales’s biggest rugby stadium. It holds up to 74,500 people and was the first stadium to have a retractable (open and closing) roof. There are 640 hand washing sinks in the stadium, think about how many houses that would fill!
  • The National Botanic Garden of Wales is situated in Carmarthenshire. Visit Plas Pilipala (Butterfly house) to see the ‘kaleidoscope of colourful butterflies from the tropical world.’