Where can you launch a rocket, fire a giant pop gun, and study a colony of ants…all in one day? Techniquest, the hands-on science centre in Cardiff Bay.
The Cardiff Story is the first museum where Cardiffians and visitors alike can see the story of the city through the eyes of its people. The museum is housed in the beautiful and historic Old Library building in the heart of the city centre.
Home of Cardiff City Football Club
Explore the magnificent Millennium Stadium, one of the UK's top event and sporting venues and an impressive icon of modern Wales. Tours may not operate prior to match or event days so please contact us to avoid disappointment.
In the heart of the capital city is Cardiff Castle, a truly remarkable site with a history that spans over 2000 years.
Winner of ‘Best Visitor Experience’ at the Visit Wales Awards, CIWW is an on demand white water rafting facility in the International Sports Village Cardiff Bay. With its variable river flow, adventurers can enjoy the thrill of white water.
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff is located in the heart of Cardiff, and provides a focus for business and entertainment in Wales.
Situated in the heart of Cardiff’s elegant civic centre, today the National Museum houses Wales’s national art, natural history and geology collections, as well as major touring and temporary exhibitions. Closed Mondays.
Welcome to St David’s Dewi Sant, Wales’ newest, biggest and best fashion destination, and find out why Cardiff is now one of the UK's top shopping centres.
St Fagans is an open air museum on the outskirts of Cardiff, that takes you closer to the rich history of Wales and its people. It is one of Europe's biggest and most exciting open-air museums.
The Wales Coastal Path is 870 miles of continuous walking route, stretching from Chester in the north, around the entire country to Chepstow in the south. The path is for everyone and gives you a chance to explore any part of coastal Wales.
The Cardiff Barrage Skate Plaza is the Capital's first concrete skate park, made from a number of different materials including concrete, brick and granite.
In AD 75, the Romans built a fortress at Caerleon. Today at the National Roman Legion Museum you can learn what made the Romans a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.
While resting on ancient foundations, Castell Coch (Red Castle) is relatively modern, the by-product of a vivid Victorian imagination, assisted by untold wealth. Why not visit the beautiful fabled home of the third marquis of Bute.
Where Cardiff eats, drinks, and plays. Boasting a 12-screen cinema home to the only digital IMAX screen in Wales, a 26-lane bowling alley, restaurants, cafes, bars, & free customer parking, all under one roof.
Restaurants, bars and cafés from around the world, shops and services, plus Cardiff’s first and finest comedy club, all set right on Cardiff Waterfront.
Theatres, galleries, restaurants, bars, shops, free entertainment and behind the scenes tours - all this and more at the award-winning Wales Millennium Centre, Europe’s most exciting performing arts and cultural venue.
St David's Hall presents a multitude of live entertainment, including pop, rock, folk, jazz, rhythm and blues, comedy, children's shows, lunchtime concerts, musicals, light entertainment, dance, world music, films and classical music.
Big Pit is a real coal mine and one of Britain's leading mining museums. With facilities to educate and entertain all ages, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out.
Home of the National Assembly for Wales, this is one of the most environmentally friendly parliament buildings in the world, where visitors can gain an insight into the workings of the Assembly.
Each of our 24 tenpin bowling centres has a minimum of 24 lanes, a licensed bar, a café and an up to date games arcade area.
Public skating rink, and home to Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey team
Dan yr Ogof National Show Caves is an award winning attraction. The caves are the main attraction, a wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, the journey is one you will never forget and there are many things to do on site.
Cardiff International Pool has set the standard for the type and quality of future swimming pools and facilities. Features include 50m Olympic standard pool, spectator seating for 900, leisure pool including flumes and free parking.
Take a trip on the road train linking Cardiff Bay with the Cardiff Bay Barrage through the heart of Cardiff Docklands. The trip takes you through an area with some of the richest history in the world, with views over to the city.
From Easter to October the original yellow waterbus company runs pleasure trips with commentary on traditional boats across the Bay and rivers each day. In the Winter we operate at weekends and in the school holidays.
Odeon Cardiff is a modern multiplex with 12 state-of-the-art auditoria and 6 Gallery screens.
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Bay Island Voyages, Cardiff Bay’s ultimate powerboat experience, providing fast and fun boat trips in Cardiff Bay and the Bristol Channel.
Cricket is the oldest team game in Wales with a heritage stretching back to the late 18th century. Glamorgan County Cricket Club was formed in 1888 and since 1921 it has been Wales’ only representative in first-class cricket
How about going to watch Cardiff’s ice hockey team in a competitive match? Special rates for residents of the City Sleepover!