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  • 1

    Cardiff Castle

    24 reviews

    A must do if your visiting Cardiff. Lots of interesting history and some great photo opportunities.

    Popular withHistoryFamilies
  • 2

    Millennium Stadium

    12 reviews

    brilliant nice drink to haha lol!!!

    Popular withLuxury
  • 3

    Bute Park

    6 reviews

    A brilliant place to come when the weather is great! A very large park with lots of dotted places that make it seem that little bit more special. This park is located behind Cardiff castle.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 4

    National Museum Cardiff

    6 reviews

    A free museum in a central location. The exhibits change so its always wroth a visit to see what’s new. Food is pricy and not great, so head into Cardiff for your lunch.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 5

    St Fagans National History Museum

    4 reviews

    Formally known as 'The Museum of Welsh Life' this is an outdoor museum with lots of relocated buildings from all over Wales. It is set in a 100 acre park on the edge of Cardiff and is a great day out for all the family.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 6

    Castell Coch

    4 reviews

    Perfect! This castle in known as Sleeping Beauty Castle. They say Walt Disney was inspired by this one to create the one in Magic Kingdon at California. Totally made me feel as living years ago!

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersLuxury
  • 7

    Millenium Stadium

    4 reviews

    Wales' best stadium and largest too. When it's full, it has one of the best atmospheres that I have ever experienced. You can get tours around it (I believe so), but the best time to experience the atmosphere here is when Wales play a rugby match, either against the mighty All Blacks, or in the six nations (especially when Wales ...

  • 8

    Doctor Who Experience

    3 reviews

    Where are all the other Whovians on Gogobot? This is a must see for fans of Doctor Who who are visiting the area. For 15 pounds (cheaper if you get it online), you get to immerse yourself in the world of Doctor Who. Really, what else can you ask for? For the super fans, you can spend a little more ...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 9

    Cardiff Bay Barrage

    5 reviews

    The circles thing is very cool. It's a tad windy some days though.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 10

    Heath Park

    3 reviews
    Popular withOutdoor
  • 11

    Pierhead Building

    3 reviews

    An interesting building as it used to be Wales' National Assembly, which has now been replaced by another unique (and very modern) building further on down.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 12

    Wales Millennium Centre

    2 reviews

    With it's own small art gallery and museum, it holds some fantastic shows, such as Singing in the Raining. It mainly holds theatre performances rather than music bands and artists.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 13

    The Prince Of Wales

    2 reviews

    A really nice Weatherspoon's with a brilliant renovation, as this used to be a theatre, and having remains of the theatre adds to the atmosphere, which I really like.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 14

    Penarth

    2 reviews

    Right next to the bay, it has its own pier which you can walk down and it has great views from all around. The pebble beach is really nice to walk down too.

  • 15

    Pulse

    2 reviews
    Popular withAdventure
  • 16

    The Bay

    1 review

    Plenty to see and do here, with tour boats around the bay, you have the Doctor Who (and Torchwood) exhibitions here, and much more. Great at night, with plenty of pubs and restaurants. A great place to take someone for a meal.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 17

    Techniquest

    1 review

    Great for children and adults too! May be a bit expensive now, but it is a great place to learn about the world and very interactive. Still a bit sad that the mirror maze has gone though...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 18

    Cardiff

    1 review

    A brilliant place for shopping, and eating out, especially in the bay! It has it's own history with Cardiff castle, and has many modern notables too, such as the Millennium Stadium, and the Doctor Who tour which is filmed here.

  • 19

    Wales UK

    1 review

    Cardiff is the capital of wales. It's not as nice as London but i enjoyed it...it's very clean. there are 2 nice castels, museams , churchs and Taff Trail, one of the most important cycling routes in Great Britain (88 km long), which links Cardiff Bay with Brecon

  • 20

    Rhondda Heritage Park

    1 review

    based at the lewis methyr colliery,the heritage park is a facinating living history attraction.you can take a cage ride to 'pit bottom' and explore the underground workings of a 1950's pit,giuded by men who were miners themselves,there are childrens activities and an art gallery and a museum illustrating living conditions in the rhonnda valley.special events for children are held throughout ...

    Popular withFamilies
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