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Pedal Power and Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales have teamed up to create a special museum about cycling which will pop up this weekend on Sunday, 29 March from 10:00-17:00, at National Museum Cardiff.
Treasure found near Wrexham - Late Bronze Age artefacts found in Rossett Community declared as treasure
A Late Bronze Age hoard of two gold artefacts, which are thought to be dated to around 1000-800 BC, or 3,000-2,800 years ago, have today (26th March 2015) been declared treasure by H.M. Coroner for North East Wales.
Pupils from Ysgol Pen y Bryn in Swansea will tonight (Friday 27 March: 6pm) launch a brand new exhibition at the National Waterfront Museum.
A brand new exhibition by sculptor Adriano Candelori will launch today Saturday 21 March at the National Waterfont Museum in Swansea.
Don’t miss a rare opportunity to see a partial eclipse of the Sun, visible in Cardiff on Friday 20 March. Cardiff University, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum of Wales and the Institute of Physics are teaming up to ensure you can watch this wonderful phenomenon safely, with experts on hand. There are also a series of talks at National Museum Cardiff on Thursday 19 March to celebrate the event.
Marie Szymonski, Marketing & Communications Officer at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea has recently been awarded Museums Marketing Champion of the Year at a prestigious awards event in the National Library of Wales.
The Marketing Excellence Awards recognise the fantastic work being done by staff in museums, archives and libraries across Wales, often with very limited resources.
Get hands on at this weekend's Super Science Saturday on 14 March. From 12-4pm visitors can get involved in interactive demonstrations, hands on activities and jaw-dropping experiments.
The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea has recently been donated a Royal Electra bass guitar to feature in the Day’s Work Gallery. This gallery explores how working life has changed in Welsh industry over the last century with a bespoke section all about the Welsh music industry.
Life-saving defibrillators have been installed at all seven of Wales’ National Museums to safeguard both the staff and the 1.6 million people (on average) who visit each year. The defibrillators have been placed at all museums and staff at each museum have been trained on how to use the lifesaving equipment.
Marine litter from around the Pembrokeshire Coast has been photographed in forensic detail to challenge traditional ideas of what is ‘natural’ for a new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.
As part of celebrations around World Book Day on March 5th 2015, learning officers from National Museum Cardiff take the magic of reading and writing to Merthyr Tydfil this year to, take part in the annual arts and literature festival, Spread the Word festival hosted by the Stephens and George Centenary Charitable Trust.
Two paintings by Frank Auerbach have found a permanent home at National Museum Cardiff. The works, which will be on display in the museum from 17 March, has been accepted in lieu of inheritance tax from the estate of his friend the world-famous artist, Lucian Freud, who died in 2011, and allocated permanently to Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum of Wales.
Late Bronze Age artefacts found in Cwm Cadnant Community declared as treasure
A Late Bronze Age hoard of four gold and copper artefacts, which are thought to be dated to around 1000-800 BC, or 3,000-2,800 years ago, have yesterday (25th February 2015) been declared treasure by H.M. Coroner for North West Wales.
This weekend the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea will come alive to mark St David’s Day with a mix of music, crafts, daffodils and colourful dragons.
People’s Collection Wales is the latest organisation to transfer its website across to the new .cymru / .wales domains.
Pupils from three local schools recently (Wednesday 11 February) had their hard work and dedication showcased at special award ceremony at the National Waterfront Museum.
Artes Mundi 6 has announced an exciting finale to the current prize exhibition with a programme of events for the closing weekend February 20th – 22nd 2015.
The events will culminate with a performance by Artes Mundi 6 shortlisted artist, Carlos Bunga, who will be returning to National Museum Cardiff on February 22nd.
Think you know your general knowledge? Then come along and sign up for the National Waterfront Museum’s Valentine’s Quiz Night on Saturday 14 February at 7pm.
Why not try something different for Valentine’s Day this year and celebrate in Caerleon? The National Roman Legion Museum will be hosting a special Valentine’s Hoops and Hearts Willow Workshop on 14 February, 2-4pm. (£15 per person, book in advance, limited spaces).
The New Year sees a wealth of new art exhibitions at National Museum Cardiff offering visitors a great variety of temporary art exhibitions, covering nature exhibition, photography, glass and ceramic work. Visitors of all ages will be able to learn about the technical expertise behind the art work that can be appreciated as both crafts and pieces of art.