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Dinosaur Babies take over National Museum Cardiff this Summer National Museum Cardiff May 27 - November 5 This interactive family friendly blockbuster exhibition at the National Museum Cardiff, which forms part of the Welsh Government’s Year of Legends, will welcome families to enjoy full size dinosaur skeletons and replicas, touchable models of dinosaur embryos and eggs, and even a huge 2.5 metre model dinosaur nest! This is a chance to get up close to the dinosaurs, learn about dinosaur family…Find out more »
Part of the jam-packed 2017 Cardiff Festival, the Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival returns to the capital from Friday 14- Sunday 16 July.
The biggest free food festival in Wales takes place in Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff Bay, with over 100 local, national and international producers showcasing their goods.Find out more »
The third Cardiff Triathlon organised by Always Aim High Events, will take place on the weekend of 24-25 June. Transition and the event village will be situated outside the Wales Millennium Centre.Find out more »
Roald Dahl Plass in Cardiff Bay will once again be transformed into an urban seaside setting with buckets full of fun on offer to entertain the kids throughout the school holidays. The Capital FM Cardiff Bay Beach features a giant child-friendly sandy beach, water play area, and a variety of popular funfair rides and games for all the family. With free live entertainment, great food and drink, and traditional deck chairs to relax in, this should definitely be on your summer…Find out more »
Poppies: Weeping Window Y Senedd 5 August - 24 September 2017 This year, the National Assembly of Wales will welcome a cascade comprising several thousand handmade ceramic poppies. Poppies: Weeping Window was originally seen pouring from a high window to the ground below at the Tower of London as part of the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red. As the focal point of Welsh public life, and a symbol of democracy in Wales and the United Kingdom, it is…Find out more »
A brand new music event for the whole family is coming to Cardiff this autumn. Held at the St Fagans National History Museum, the national focal point for the celebration of Welsh culture, will Burning Lantern host international performers such as Tom Odell, Jack Savoretti, Into The Ark and more.
Burning Lantern will light up St Fagans with one main and one acoustic stage featuring live music through the whole afternoon. The fayre will include entertainment and workshops for youngsters such as circus skills, pony rides, arts and crafts. It will also offer plenty of street food and local craft ales to keep the party going for the older audience throughout the night.Find out more »
A huge selection of cars from the Glamorgan Classic Car Club will be on display around the perimeter of Roald Dahl Plass, overlooking Cardiff Bay Beach for visitors to view up-close and meet the owners.Find out more »
Rounding off a summer of fun in Cardiff Bay, the Cardiff Harbour Festival will be playing host to Extreme Sailing Series between Friday 25 and Monday 28 August.
The global competition boasts world class sailors and breath-taking racing, as well as shoreside entertainment for the whole family. The festival atmosphere, alongside the Series’ pioneering Stadium Racing format, is simply too good to miss!Find out more »
Due to the success of Pride 2016, PRIDE Cymru is proud to announce that next year’s event will run over three days in its new location at Cardiff City Hall Lawns on the 2017 August Bank Holiday Weekend. Pride Cymru’s Big Weekend 2017 will be a mega-mashup of Pride and Cardiff’s Big Weekend which was last held in 2011.The ever-popular Big Weekend was always one of the key events in Cardiff’s calendar turning the City Hall Lawn and the streets…Find out more »