16th century trader's house reconstructed in Wales

St Fagans: National History Museum near Cardiff, Wales is richer now with the addition of a 16th century Tudor building, meticulously rebuilt, and now open to the public. The trader's house was originally used for the storage of goods for sale in the busy port town.

The upper story of the building housed the trader and his family and included a garderobe which discharged into a gutter. The original house was located against a steep bank in Haverfordwest.