This page displays news from Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales. Please select a title to display the full article.
If you haven't had the chance yet to visit the exhibition Death in Wales: 4000-3000BC currently showing at National Museum Cardiff, then fear not.
Katheryn of Berain – the mother of Wales according to some, because she had so many children and step-children, and because so many families in north Wales could claim ancestry to her.
National Museum Cardiff, 28 June 2006
Sheila Canby, Curator of the Islamic Collection at the British Museum will be giving a fascinating insight to the Emperor's Terrapin, a unique piece of sculpture currently on show at National Museum Cardiff as part of a British Museum UK Partnership Project, on Wednesday 28 June at 1.05 pm.
Carved from a single piece of jade, the Emperor's Terrapin is a unique piece of sculpture currently on show at National Museum Cardiff as part of a British Museum UK Partnership Project.
If watching a group of men kicking a ball around a field for an hour and a half isn't your thing, you're going to have plenty of time on your hands over the next month as the World Cup kicks off in Germany this week.
8 June – 24 September 2006
National Museum Cardiff
Tinkinswood, Bryn yr Hen Bobl, Bryn Celli Ddu ‘The Hill of Black Grove' and Pipton - four burial tombs featured in National Museum Cardiff's latest exhibition, ‘Death in Wales: 4000-3000 BC', showing from 8 June – 24 September.