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Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
Collections & Research
Collectors & Collections
Conserving Government Propaganda prints from the Great War
David Anderson's Blog
Digital Media Blog
Excavation at Llanmelin Hillfort, 1930s
Exploring Our Woodlands
Falklands Island Research
First World War
Historic Photography Project (Esmee Ffairburn)
Industry & Transport
Linking Natural Science Collections in Wales
Museums, Exhibitions and Events
National Museum Wales
National Waterfront Museum
National Wool Museum
Pageants in Wales
Peregrines on the Clock Tower
Photographs by William Booth
Pop-up Museum Cardiff
Research in Norway and the Barents Sea
Roll of honour
St Fagans National History Museum Making History Project
St Teilo’s Church
The Shop Blog
The Women's Suffrage Movement
A non-biologist’s perspective
The changing seasons
A Window into the Industry Collections - January 2015
Sea Lion Island
@Dyddiadur Kate – “Tywydd mawr iawn”
Discover art, natural history and geology. With a busy programme of exhibitions and events, we have something to amaze everyone, whatever your interest – and admission is free!
St Fagans is one of Europe's foremost open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction.
Big Pit is a real coal mine and one of Britain's leading mining museums. With facilities to educate and entertain all ages, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out.
Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the Museum is a special place with a spellbinding story to tell.
In AD 75, the Romans built a fortress at Caerleon that would guard the region for over 200 years. Today at the National Roman Legion Museum you can learn what made the Romans a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.
The National Slate Museum offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn.
The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.
Rhagor (Welsh for ‘more’) offers unprecedented access to the amazing stories that lie behind our collections.