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Castle Gallery

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Welcoming art gallery

Personal appearances by the artists as well as exclusive events and private viewings, help keep this gallery exciting...

Cardiff Bay · Mermaid Quay, cardiff bay


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Chapter Arts Centre

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Dynamic visual arts center

Chapter is the place in Cardiff to see arthouse films, but it offers so much more. Exhibition spaces, art galleries,...

Canton · Market Road, Cardiff


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Craft in the Bay

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Welsh craft

Showcasing contemporary craftspeople, this venue acts as both a gallery and retail space for local artisans. The space...

Cardiff Bay · Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff


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Cardiff Castle (Closed Temporarily)

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2,000 years of Cardiff history

Originally built by the Romans, then used as a Norman stronghold, then turned into a Victorian gothic fantasy, the...

City Centre · Castle Street, Cardiff


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