Are you taking part in our brand-new Wales History Trails Passport Challenge? Read the first in our spotlight features, where we’ve been inspired by October’s Black History Month to explore our diverse history and culture. 1.    National Museum Cardiff  At National Museum Cardiff you can visit the Reframing Picton exhibition (open until January 2025). It provides a more comprehensive picture of Haverfordwest-born Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Picton (1758-1815) and his legacy as Governor of Trinidad at the turn of the 19th century.  This includes his brutal treatment of the people of Trinidad, including the torture of 14-year-old Luisa Calderon – information that was not part of the museum’s previous interpretation, which saw his portrait hung in a...

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