St Fagans National History Museum

Food and Drink St Fagans National History Museum

[image: Gwalia Tea Rooms sign, St Fagans National History Museum]

[image: Vale Restaurant, St Fagans National History Museum]

[image: Vale Restaurant, St Fagans National History Museum]

[image: Cafe Bardi, National History Museum at St Fagans]

[image: Cafe Bardi, National History Museum at St Fagans]

[image: Cafe Bardi, National History Museum at St Fagans]

[image: Gwalia Tea Rooms , St Fagans National History Museum]

At the National History Museum at St Fagans, we pride ourselves in providing good, quality food which is cooked on site using local, Welsh products whenever possible.

As part of the preparations for the Museum’s Redevelopment project, the Vale Restaurant is now closed. However, a new food outlet, Yr Odyn, has recently been opened. It is situated on the previous pottery site, where hot and cold food is served.

Cafe Bardi is situated in the Main Entrance Hall and serves a variety of home-made cakes, sandwiches, boxed salads and soup and also hot and cold drinks.

Gwalia Tea Rooms is a traditional 1930's tea room serving light lunches and afternoon teas.

Delicious additive-free, farm made Welsh ice cream and sorbets by Mary's Farmhouse are available within the Museum. These can be purchased at the Vale Restaurant, Cafe Bardi and at various locations around the site.

High-chairs are available at the above outlets.

There is also a picnic area just inside the open-air section, and the Museum’s bakery also sells delicious bread and snacks

History for Hire

Did you know that the Museum can be hired for a wide range of corporate or private events? The Museum offers a unique location for meetings, launch events, wedding receptions or conferences. Elior work in partnership with the Museum to offer catering and service of an exceptional quality. For more information please contact Anwen Sault-Jones on 02920 573500.

Contact

For further information regarding the catering facilities at St Fagans, please do not hesitate to contact us directly on 02920 569426

Cafe Bardi

10.00am – 4.30pm

Yr Odyn

11.00am – 4.00pm

Gwalia Tea Rooms

11.00am – 4.00pm
[Open weekends only Nov – Feb]

Castle Buttery

11.00am – 4.00pm
[Open March – Oct only]

About Elior

Catering is provided in-house by specialist arts and heritage sector caterer, Elior. This experienced team provides inspirational menus and impeccable service. All food is prepared on-site using the freshest, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients wherever possible.

Information

St Fagans, Cardiff
Open 10am-5pm daily

Phone:
(029) 2057 3500

Switchboard (standard rate): 0300 111 2 333

Car parking: £3.50 per car per day. Please note there is an ATM available.

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