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Following the recent popular BBC series Prehistoric Autopsy, presented by Prof Alice Roberts and Dr George McGavin, National Museum Cardiff will be hosting the BBC Learning interactive exhibition which accompanies the series on 8-11 November in the museum’s main hall.
Recent excavations by archaeologists from Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales at the Viking age settlement of Llanbedrgoch on the east side of Anglesey, have shed important new light on the impact of Anglo-Saxon and Viking-age worlds operating around the Irish Sea.
Thinking about what to do for Half-Term and Halloween this year? Look no further than the National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon where there will be a whole lot of activities to keep kids busy during the holidays.
School’s out for a week but there’s plenty of events, activities and exhibitions on at National Museum Cardiff to keep the kids happy this half term 27 October – 2 November whatever your interest, from art, archaeology, natural history to geology – and admission is free!
Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales acquires two new paintings of Margam House thanks to support from Heritage Lottery Fun
Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is today (17 October 2012) celebrating two new art acquisitions - View of Margam House, Glamorgan, looking South & View of Margam House, Glamorgan, looking North- after receiving generous grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Art Fund.
Ever wondered about the ancestors of your pet dog? Ever wondered why cows are different colours or why there are so many different kinds of sheep? A brand new natural history exhibition at National Museum Cardiff aims to answer some of these every day questions and tells the history of domesticated farm animals and pets.
Find out more about The Wolf Inside at National Museum Cardiff from 13 October and learn about how our four-legged best friend is essentially a wolf!