Cathays Park, Cardiff, United Kingdom
029 2057 3000
The National Museum of Wales is set in the beautiful Edwardian civic complex of Cathays Park in the city centre. The building houses one of Europe's finest collections of Impressionist works, archeological artifacts, which date back 250,000 years, and 55,000 leafcutter ants. It also explains the evolutionary story of Wales and takes visitors on a journey to explore the natural history of the country. Besides all of this the Glanely Discovery Gallery gives visitors a chance to get answers to their questions, and an exciting programme of events brings the museum's ever-changing programme of family activities, exhibitions and lunchtime talks bring the exhibitions to life for one and all.