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What to see & do in Cardiff

Discover Wales with ease on a SeeWales sightseeing day tour, with daily departures from Cardiff city centre. Every SeeWales tour will give you a great Welsh day out. Tours are designed for all ages and abilities. Tours are available all year round and prices include all admissions!

Please quote “Avala002” when making a booking with See Wales. www.SeeWales.com

Tour 1: Mines & Mountains (1 day - Tuesday & Friday)
See the Brecon Beacons National Park and National Mining museum Big Pit at Blaenavon - a World Heritage Town.

Tour 2: Romans, Rivers & Ruins (1 day - Wednesday & Saturday)
See the Roman fortress towns of Caerleon and Caerwent, the wonderful Wye Valley at Tintern Abbey and majestic Raglan Castle.

Tour 3: Golden Gower (1 day - Thursday & Sunday)
See the spectacular Gower peninsular - an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walk the coastal path, paddle in the sea and see stunning Rhossili Bay.

Tour 4: Capital Day Out (1day - Every Monday)
A VIP guided tour of the city of Cardiff and Cardiff Bay. This is a great way to start your Welsh experience with a tour discovering the capital city of Wales.

Local Attractions

For all you the up-to-date information you need on what to see, events and activities visit Southern Wales Attractions. They have a selection of special offers for you to take up. (www.southwalesattractions.co.uk)

Cardiff Castle

Discover 2000 years of history in the heart of the city. From the arrival of the Romans, through the Norman conquest to lavish Victorian design - all have left their distinctive mark on the castle for you to explore.

Take a guided tour of spectacular apartments and climb the Norman Keep.

Plus Museum of the Welsh Regiment, Undercroft Cafe and Gift Shop. Open 7 days a week.


National Museum

History, science and the arts at your fingertips - the National Museum & Gallery really captures your imagination. Admire world-famous works of art, or explore a land of dinosaurs and wooly mammoths. Uncover the secrets of our ancestors, or discover the natural history of Wales.

Open Tuesday – Sunday, FREE entry.

Millennium Stadium

A modern icon of Cardiff, the Millennium stadium is host to world class sporting and music events. Visit the site and find out about coming events, book tickets, catch up on the latest news. Tours of the stadium are also available, taking in the dressing rooms, the players tunnel, royal box and highest tier of the stadium.

City Sightseeing Tours

City sightseeing provides a unique and entertaining way to see the best sights and highlights of Cardiff with a suburb birds-eye view. Tour the city and Hop on and off at your leisure.

Cardiff Waterbus

Enjoy a unique view of Cardiff from the water, taking in the sites of Cardiff and its Waterfront. Visitors to the City can take advantage of the Waterbus service operating on the river Taff to travel to and from the City Centre and its Waterfront by boat.There are regular services between Penarth, Cardiff Bay and the City Centre.

Wales Milllennium Centre

Wales Millennium Centre, on Cardiff Bay waterfront, is one of the most exciting cultural initiative happening in Europe today. The venue will is home to the Welsh National Opera and also hosts ballet, dance and musicals, shops cafes and restaurants.Tours are available twice a day, as well as free concerts in the foyer.

Cardiff Bay

You'll find here a diverse mix of internationally acclaimed visitor attractions, activities and entertainment, coupled with vibrant, cosmopolitan bars, shops and restaurants all situated around the magnificent freshwater lake, giving Cardiff's waterfront a truly unique atmosphere worthy of any capital city.

More information on local attractions can be obtained from:

Cardiff Tourist Information Centre

The Old library
The Hayes
CF10 1AH

Email: visitor@cardiff.gov.uk