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  • St Faggans Museum


    Revamped St Fagans in Wales is 2019 Art Fund museum of the yearHeritage attraction near Cardiff scoops £100,000 prize after completing £30m renovation



     St Fagans National Museum of History is the most visited heritage attraction in Wales. Photograph: Marc Aktins/Art Fund 2019

    An open-air heritage attraction praised for living, breathing and embodying the culture of Wales has been named the UK’s museum of the year.

    St Fagans National Museum of History last year completed a £30m redevelopment project and was rewarded on Wednesday for showing “exceptional imagination, innovation and achievement”.

    The artist Jeremy Deller announced that the heritage attraction near Cardiff had won the Art Fund museum of the year 2019 award at a ceremony at the Science Museum in London. It comes with a £100,000 prize, the largest art award in Britain.

    Stephen Deuchar, the director of the Art Fund and the chair of judges, said the museum had been transformed by a redevelopment project that had involved the participation of hundreds of thousands of visitors and volunteers.

    A display of traditional wares at St Fagans. Photograph: Marc Aktins/Art Fund 201“St Fagans lives, breathes and embodies the culture and identity of Wales,” he said. “This magical place was made by the people of Wales for people everywhere, and stands as one of the most welcoming and engaging museums anywhere in the UK.”

    One of the 2019 judges, Bridget McConnell, the chief executive of the charity Glasgow Life, praised the devolved Welsh government for being such an enthusiastic supporter of St Fagans.

    “Everyone I met and saw at St Fagans was in constant, lively conversation about their shared history, culture and lived experiences,” she said. “This is their place, and it is strongly felt on every visit.”

    St Fagans has more than 50 buildings that were moved to the site from locations around Wales allowing visitors to take a walk through Welsh history, from prehistoric times to the present day.