The National Museum is located within the impressive collection of buildings that form Cardiff's civic centre. The museum itself is unique, because it houses both art and science collections.
With such a diverse range of displays to see, it’s well worth spending a day at the museum. It is guaranteed to be an enjoyable and educational day out.
During 2007 the museum celebrates its centenary. Part of the centenary involves redevelopment work to the art galleries. Consequently some of the galleries will be temporarily closed.
Open 10 am–5 pm Tuesday–Sunday (also open on bank holiday Mondays)
Tel: +44 (0)29 2039 7951
How to get there:
By car: Exit the M4 at Junction 32 and follow signs to Cardiff city centre and National Museum of Wales
By bus: Bus number 27 leaves Cardiff central bus station from stand D3 and will stop at Gorsedd Gardens, which is a short 2 minute walk from the museum.
Entry is free for all.
Posted by Taffy 13th May 2007