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Arriving by bus or train National Museum Cardiff

20 minutes walk from Cardiff Central Bus and Train Station.

1900-1930s art displays

Our displays of art from 1900-1930 are temporarily replaced by the Richard Wilson exhibition, and will reopen on the 20th December.

Industrial Action: 23 - 24 August

There will be some disruption at National Museum Cardiff on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 August due to industrial action. The site will remain open, but will have reduced services from 1pm.

Specifically, the Art Galleries will close to visitors from 12.45pm, the Natural History Galleries are likely to remain open as normal until 5pm.

Walking directions from Cardiff Central Bus and Train Station

Train information

» Train information from National Rail Enquiries.

Bus information

Take the number 27 bus from Cardiff Central Bus Station. » Information from Cardiff Bus.

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Cathays Park, Cardiff
Open 10am–5pm Tuesday–Sunday (Galleries close at 4:45pm)

(029) 2057 3000

Switchboard (standard rate): 0300 111 2 333

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