The Vale of Glamorgan Council have announced the reopening of Cosmeston Country Park's famous Medieval Village.
In a post on their Facebook page, the Vale Council explained that the attraction will be open for self-guided audio tours only.
In their message the Council said:
"We have been busy putting arrangements in place to keep both staff and visitors safe, so please come along and visit the only reconstructed medieval village, on original foundations, and learn all about life in medieval times."
Audio units for the tours will be available at reception from 10am until last entry at 4pm. Each unit will be fully sanitised after every use.
During its enforced period without visitors, the village has been subject to some construction work.
The "Oven Building" received a new wooden frame work and thatch roof constructed by a father and son duo of master thatchers, Keith and Tom Walden during lockdown.
Prices for an audio tour of the village are £5.10 for adults and £3.60 for children and concessions. Family tickets are also available and dogs are welcome as long as they remain on a lead.
You can find out more about the Medieval Village here.