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A small late-medieval house from Haverfordwest is the latest building to be re-erected at St Fagans: National History Museum and will be officially opened to the public on Monday 2 July at 2pm.
Visitors will be welcomed into the house, as re-enactors use traditional skills to cook the first meal on the hearth, since the building's arrival at the museum.
National Museum Cardiff is ready to host a unique family exhibition that immerses visitors into Anthony Browne’s picturebook world - Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne, a ‘Seven Stories’ exhibition.
The many remarkable artefacts discovered at Llyn Cerrig Bach near Valley on Anglesey 70 years ago will be exhibited at Oriel Ynys Môn this summer, thanks to a partnership between Amgueddfa Cymru and the Council’s Museums, Culture and Archives service.
The National Waterfront Museum is proud to be home to a brand new photography exhibition.
On display until 27 May, PEEP - Promoting Early European Photography draws together pioneers from Iceland, Slovakia, England and Wales, showcasing beautiful photographs from the 1850s to the 1930s.
Visitors to National Museum Cardiff have a unique opportunity to see one of the most important paintings of the Italian Renaissance this springtime. Titian’s famous painting ‘Diana and Actaeon’ will be coming to Cardiff on a tour from the National Gallery, London and will be displayed from 19 April – 17 June 2012. There will be a late night opening at National Museum Cardiff until 7.30pm on Thursday 19th April for visitors wishing to view the acclaimed 16th-century Venetian masterpiece.
The seven national museums in Wales received 1.69 million visits in 2011-12, the highest total ever recorded since free entry was introduced in April 2001.