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Best things to do in Cardiff

Museum
“Cardiff Castle is a medieval castle and Victorian Gothic revival mansion located in the city centre of Cardiff, Wales. The original motte and bailey castle was built in the late 11th century by Norman invaders on top of a 3rd-century Roman fort. The 400 Edwards Bus runs directly outside the house straight into Cardiff City Centre, takes approx. 20 mins. and runs every half hour.”
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History Museum
“St. Fagans is a great place to visit. Its about a 10/15 min drive from the city and is free to visit there is just a car parking cost. This is a place that you can spend the whole day at. You can either take lunch with you or there is great cafe there. There is so much to see and do for all ages. ”
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History Museum
“This is a great place to see even better as its free. Lots to keep children entertained. ”
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Science Museum
“Techniquest science museum is a great place to take the kids on a wet day. Hours of fun for all the family, including wet play, so take a change of clothes for the kids. Probably best for primary school age. It's not cheap, so plan to spend a full day there, or get a reduced price ticket after 3pm.”
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Restaurant
“Chapter Arts Centre is located in a converted school, it has a restaurant / cafe and bar, cinemas and a theatre and events. It is a very buzzing place day and night.”
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Art Gallery
“Chapter has a good bar and cafe plus an outdoor area. There are also two cinemas and a theatre plus a gallery.”
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Movie Theater
“A multi faceted venue for good ales, good food, a cinema, live performing art and art exhibitions. Normally busy with a 'canteen' feel.”
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Art Gallery
“https://www.norwegianchurchcardiff.com The Norwegian Church is the little building in Cardiff Bay that holds a big history behind its doors. Once an important landmark and meeting place for Norwegian seafarers during the industrial revolution it was also the church that hosted Roald Dahl’s baptism. The annual celebration of Norwegian Day is on 17 May where a colourful parade and flag-raising ceremony is followed by refreshments in the Norwegian Church. The Norwegian Church (Registered Charity 519831) offers regular music concerts, theatre and a range of events, enjoyed by the Cardiff community and visitors. ”
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Store
“Always interesting exhibitions of the best Welsh art & craft, and the cafe's lovely too. Good day courses throughout the year.”
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History Museum
“If you want a whistle-stop tour of Cardiff's history, this is the place to go.”
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Library
“Bang in the centre and next to St David's 2, make use of this highly impressive establishment.It has wi-fi and printers if you need to print out travel tickets/maps.”
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Art Gallery
“Aim to provide a platform to showcase the work of Cardiff based Makers, Designers and Artists to the community, offering exhibition space, online shop, special events and a place to meet and eat.”
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Store
“Welsh Language Cultural Centre. Go and soak up the Welsh Language and Culture. ”
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