We welcome visits to Yr Ysgwrn from schools and educational establishments, which will surely encourage discussion and understanding to students of all ages.
In addition of being an opportunity to learn more about the history of Hedd Wyn, there's a chance to taste the community's way of life at the turn of the twentieth century including the shadow of the Great War and the Eisteddfod tradition.
In a picturesque location nestled in the Snowdonian hills, Yr Ysgwrn is sure to inspire the younger generation and offers the opportunity to appreciate the life of Hedd Wyn and his peers in context.
To assure the best possible visit for the students, it's suggested that 30 is the most suitable number for every visit. It's expected that teachers and assistants supervise the students on site at all times.
Contact us for more information and to discuss your requirements.
Telephone: 01766 772508
The Snowdonia National Park Authority offers financial support to schools who pay for educational activities provided by the Authority, to contribute towards transport costs to participate in the activity.
Go and See is a scheme by the Arts Council of Wales that can be used to fund visits to high-quality arts events in galleries, theatres, arts centres and other venues. Events could include visits to performances and exhibitions or visits to experience arts professionals developing and creating their work.
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