St Fagans National Museum of History
In an effort to connect modern times with the past, over forty buildings from different historical periods have been re-built and restored in the 100-acre parkland. These buildings include houses, a school, a chapel and a Workmen’s Institute. Visitors can be immersed in Welsh culture as they witness craftsmen perform traditional skills. These creations are also for sale. There is also a farm, which houses traditional working animals, and the wider parkland that acts as a sanctuary for bats, birds and rare animals. You could easily spend a whole day here.
This museum features national art, geology and natural history collections. Covering space and time, witness displays meteorites, moon rock and fossils. Learn about the beginning of time with the impressive Big Bang exhibit. The art gallery features collections of impressionist, modern, historic and applied art from global sources. A featured exhibit contains Welsh pottery as the museum celebrates the local as well as the international.