Visit Touristic Attractions in Cardiff
1 - National Museum Cardiff
World-renowned impressionist and post-impressionist work, 1930s surrealism and 20th-century art from Wales and many others draw visitors from all over the world.
2 - Wales Millenium Center
The Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay is known by everybody in the city and also has the nickname "The Armadillo" due to its copper-coloured dome. The centre hosts a huge range of concerts and performances in one main theatre and two smaller halls. The regular free events it hosts and the number of cafes and restaurants make it a must-visit.
3 - Cardiff Castle
The foundations of the castle date back to 50AD, and with imposing additions from a 19th-century gothic fantasy. The renowned architect William Burges for the third Marquis of Bute, who was reputedly the richest man in the world at the time created this monument to eccentricity.
4 - The Principality Stadium
For those who are new to the city, it is worth knowing that rugby is the number 1 sport in the country and this stadium receives a large number of attendants during the games the national team of Wales plays.
5 - St Fagans National History Museum
Located on the city outskirts, , the remarkable National History Museum is one of the city’s most popular attractions for visitors with over 40 buildings, from an Iron Age Celtic village to a row of ironworkers’ houses that have been painstakingly rebuilt in 60 acres of beautiful gardens, with many traditional crafts and activities taking place in front of your eyes.
6 - Techniquest
Techniquest is the worldwide renowned educational charity, established in 1986 and based in Cardiff, Wales with a simple mission, to engage people with science and to motivate them to learn more in areas such as maths, engineering and technology.
Techniquest operates exhibitions, shows and programmes intended to make science interesting and accessible to people throughout Wales and to improve the quality of public debate about science and technology. They even provide a range of services to schools and teachers to complement the formal education provision in Wales.
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