The Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd.

Archaeology in Wales

  • 67 Finding our History
    Visit to the blog to learn more about this archaeological based project run across Gower led by the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, working with the City and County of Swansea, Heritage Lottery Fund and Gower AONB.

  • 67 The Access 2 Archaeology project is back.
    If you've interested in learning about how our Historic Environment Record works, this project is for you!

  • 64 The ironworks of Merthyr Tydfil have often been described as the ´Engine of Empire´.

    Visit our new site, watch the 3D animation, view the reconstruction drawings, and learn all about this important site and the work that we have carried out there

  • 63 Learn all about the exciting finds and features discovered after the Winter storms.
    Visit the Arfordir Facebook page to keep up to date.

  • 2 Introducing the new Archwilio app. Exploration of Wales' archaeological treasures is set to be transformed

    Visit the Archwilio website

What's new

++Project Archaeologists Wanted++ GGAT are currently looking to hire Archaeologists for multiple projects in Southeast Wales over the coming months. If interested please email a covering letter and CV to >>

Our Festival of Archaeology Lookbook is online now. See what the Trust got up to during this years festival View FoA Lookbook >>

Welcome to the website of the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust and the opportunity to find out more about the archaeology of southeast Wales

We currently hold about 25,000 records of archaeological and historical interest and make this information available to all those who have an involvement in the past whether as researchers, developers, school children or farmers. As our aim is to advance the education of the public in archaeology, we hope you will find something of interest in these pages. Learn more about GGAT

Learn all about some of the many projects that the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust has carried out in 2013. These projects hopefully show how rich our shared heritage of Southeast Wales is and how there are still surprising discoveries to be made. Discover more