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Cardiff on Foot Recommends . . . . Cardiff's Must See!

Our award winning walking tours are definitely an excellent way to explore Cardiff and great value at just £10 for an adult, £9 for a student and children under 10yrs go free! 

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St John's Church in the city centre is well worth a visit. Entrance is free but a small donation is appreciated. On selected Saturday's during the summer you can climb the tower for great views across the city for a small fee and there are occasional free organ recitals. There is also a volunteer cafe, the Tea sPot, which is very good value.

The National Museum & Gallery of Wales is free of charge for the main galleries and has an excellent French Impressionists art collection.

The Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagans is also free entry and is excellent value for families since you can easily spend a whole day looking at the old buildings collected from across Wales.

The Old Library & Cardiff Story is well worth a visit to see the beautiful old tiling and history of the city - it's also free of charge.

If you fancy a free view of the city's roofscape then you should head for the top floor of the new Library. There is no charge and there are often free musical performances.

If you just fancy a stroll out of the rain then our six Victorian shopping arcades are a must; the Castle, Duke Street, High Street, Morgan, Royal and Wyndham arcades all cost nothing to walk through. The indoor Cardiff Market is also a must see.

If you are at a loose end late on a Friday afternoon and enjoy jazz then head for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for Amser Jazz Time at 5.30 pm during college term times. It's usually free.

The Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay has a great program of free music most lunchtimes on the Glanfa Stage. There is something different every day.

The Pierhead building has a fantastic tiled gothic-revival interior and shows a very interesting film about the redevelopement of Cardiff Bay. Free of charge.

The our Parliament building, the Senedd, has a lovely ultra modern interior. Entry is free, as are the guided tours and seats to watch the debates, but it is always a good idea to book. You will have to pass through a security screen.

If you would like to see Cardiff by bus then the BayCar (Number 6) travels regularly between Cathays Park and Cardiff Bay via the city centre. There is lots to see and an adult Day to Go ticket costing just £3.50 gives you unlimited travel on all Cardiff buses for a day, and you can get on and off as much as you like.

Finally, the big one, Cardiff Castle. Cardiff residents can get free access to the castle grounds with the Castle Key. There is a £5 admin fee but you get three years free access to the grounds and discounts on tours etc. All you need to do is take a proof of address to the castle ticket office.

That's plenty to keep you busy. It is a good idea to check entry times and details before turning up at these places.