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National Waterfront Museum

Facilities National Waterfront Museum


You can enjoy your cup of coffee and crepe whilst browsing the net!

  • Go to the main reception desk and complete a Visitor Account Form (you will need a valid form of ID)
  • You will be issued with a user name and password
  • All accounts will be valid for 30 days
  • Terms and conditions apply

Gift Shop

The gift shop offers you the chance to take a slice of Welsh history home with you when you leave. From greeting cards and books to Clogau Gold jewellery and Welsh preserves, there is something to suit everyone's taste and pocket.

See also the Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales Online Shop.

Children's Parties

You can now celebrate your child's birthday at the Museum. Party packages include:

  • Use of a private party room
  • Museum trails and fun
  • Activity sheets
  • A choice of hands-on workshops

Optional extras include yummy party food and goody bags and prices range from £5-10pp.Parties are ideal for age 5+, each slot is 2.5 hours and we can cater for a maximum of 30 guests. Available weekends except school holidays.

Disability Access

See the Access Guide

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