From a royal visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to dressing children and animals up in traditional Welsh costumes, people have been celebrating St David's Day and Welsh culture across the country.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a goat farm near Abergavenny to learn about the importance of the agricultural industry to rural populations.
The Duchess wore a red scarf and a daffodil whilst visiting the farm on March 1.
The couple toured and visited Abergavenny Market to try cheese and find out first-hand about the significance of local suppliers.
The Duchess of Cambridge also took the opportunity to pet the goats at Pant Farm, a goat farm that has been providing milk to a local cheese producer for nearly 20 years.
Here's how you've been celebrating St David's Day:
Parades of people holding St. David's flag and the Welsh flag took place across Wales.
A dragon-shaped lantern called 'Dewi', which is the Welsh translation of David, was carried through Holyhead town centre.
The dragon lantern was made by the students of Ysgol Cybi who constructed it using dried willow, cling film and tissue paper.