Take advantage of Wales’ rich history and do something a little different this December
As the days draw in and the Winter Solstice approaches, Wales offers many opportunities to celebrate the changing of the seasons.
St Fagans National History Museum is holding a prehistoric Winter Solstice Feast on 17 and 18 December.
Or go a step further and head to one of Wales’ stone circles. Many of these circles are aligned so that the winter sun rises directly behind them on the year’s shortest day, making for an inspiring spectacle.
Cardiff resident and keen outdoorsman Thomas Nash said, “As a big fan of the great outdoors, I think it would be well worth sacrificing a lie in to watch the Winter Solstice sunrise. And what better place than an enigmatic stone circle in the Welsh hills”.