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New Pop-up Museum debuts in Cardiff

To celebrate the first ever Welsh Museums Festival and to coincide with this year’s Museums Association Conference, a new partnership between Cardiff Story MuseumAmgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales and the Heritage Lottery Fund has been launched to create a public-led Pop-Up Museum.

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A Spectacular Roman time in Caerleon this summer

A Spectacular Roman time awaits you at Caerleon this August. 19th August 2014 will mark the Bimillennial anniversary of the death of the first Roman emperor, Augustus. So the National Roman Legion Museum invite you to Be an Emperor for the Day! This day marks 2,000 years since the first Roman Emperor, Augustus died. Join our craft workshop to wear a toga, make head wreaths and coins.19 August, 11am-5pm.

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First World War propaganda prints go on display at National Museum Cardiff

Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales launches a series of exhibitions and events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War

 

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Family fun day for young carers and families at National Museum Cardiff

A special fun day to recognise and reward the efforts of young carers from across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan is being held on Saturday 26 July 2014 at National Museum Cardiff.

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Spying on Nature at National Museum Cardiff this summer

Have you ever wondered how scientists’ observations lead to new discoveries? I Spy... Nature - a brand new exhibition opening at National Museum Cardiff on Saturday 19 July 2014 is a hands-on, family exhibition allowing you to try your hand at observing and recording nature.

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Major exhibition puts Wales’ greatest artist back on international stage

National Museum Cardiff hosts exhibition celebrating the life and work of the ‘father of British landscape painting’ Richard Wilson

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