Bedwellty House & Park

Bedwellty House

At the heart of Britain's social history. 

Bedwellty House is a listed Regency villa in Tredegar.  It is surrounded by a historic garden that was established in the early 19th century for the Master of Tredegar Iron Works. 

Bedwellty House and Park are intimately linked with the early social history of Industrial Wales.  Its relevance continued when the house and park were given to the people of Tredegar and consequently became a centre of the labour movement in Wales, and Britain at large.  Probably the most famous name associated with Bedwellty House and Park is Aneurin Bevan, credited as the founder of the National Health Service.

What You Can Do:

  • Explore the history of the house and park through our multi-media exhibition
  • View changing history and art exhibitions in the Walkway Gallery
  • Watch our film about Aneurin Bevan in the very Council Chamber where he started his political career
  • Bring your children to play in the park or try out some Victorian costumes
  • Enjoy some delicious Welsh home-made food in our Orchid House Tearoom

There is also a year-round event programme that offers something for everyone.  Find out more by visiting the site's website: www.bedwelltyhouseandpark.co.uk.  You can also follow them on Facebook/bedwelltyhouseandpark.


Contact Information

For further information please contact

For more information about tourism in the area call Alyson Tippings on 01495 355937 or 07968 472812 or 

Email : alyson.tippings@blaenau-gwent.gov.uk