Most people will be aware of the Tudor kings and queens, but what about ordinary people living their lives in the 16th century?
Anyone eager to find out more about this tumultuous period in history and what conditions were like for our counterparts 500 years ago might be interested in attending a Tudor Fun Day after boarding ferries from Rosslare to Pembroke
this bank holiday weekend.
On June 4th from 11:00 to 16:30, this event will be held at the Tudor Merchant's House in Tenby and it promises to be an educational yet entertaining day for all the family.
The property has been carefully restored to look as it would have done in the 1500s when it was owned by a merchant and his family.
Visitors can sit on Tudor furniture, smell the spices and listen to talks by tour guides.
There will also be people in costumes, games and Tudor toys to play with.
The property is owned by the National Trust and can be found close to the Lifeboat Tavern and Crackwell Street.
Posted by Andrew Smith