St Fagans National History Museum

Corporate & Private Events: Gwalia Tea Room

The Tea Room is situated above the late 1920's ironmonger and grocery Gwalia store in the heart of the Museum. This extremely popular venue is open to general visitors during peak season and available as a unique setting for functions during quieter months.

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Available seasonally

Please note that access is restricted

Capacity

Dining: 30

Price

Half Day (9am-1pm or 1-5pm): £100 (£120)

Day (9am-5pm): £150 (£180)


Evening: £250 (£300)

Day & Evening: £350 (£420)

Prices exclude catering. Prices in brackets include VAT.

A discount of 20% is available to the Welsh Assembly Government, registered charities, community groups and formal education bodies for daytime bookings.

We are pleased to offer special discounted rates for block bookings.

There is a parking fee of £3.50 per vehicle during Museum opening hours. Coach parking is free.

For further information contact the Venue Hire Team:

Tel: 029 20573416 or 029 20573500
Fax: 029 20573490

St Fagans National History Museum
St Fagans, Cardiff CF5 6XB

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