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Where to stay near Wales Millennium Centre

Exploring Wales Millennium Centre

Its sweeping copper dome inscribed with vast words of poetry which glow in the night, the Wales Millennium Centre is a true icon of the city. It's not just a pretty face, though – inside you'll find a major performance venue which puts on wild and colourful plays and musicals perfect for little ones, teenagers and parents alike.

Accommodations near Wales Millennium Centre

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Cardiff is the Cathedral 64, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended High View Serviced Apartments in Cardiff as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Wales Millennium Centre

- National Museum Wales

You literally can't miss the National Museum Cardiff – it's a vast Neo-Classical building right in the city centre. Here you'll wander past shark exhibits and the awesome skeleton of a humpback whale, as well as landmark paintings by Van Gogh and Renoir. Paintings by Welsh artists like Augustus John also reflect the cultural riches of the region.

- Norwegian Church

With its strikingly angular, white clapboard exterior, the Norwegian Church – so called because it once catered to Norwegian sailors staying in Cardiff – is now an arts centre on the waterfront. Here you can enjoy panoramic views, as well as an exhibition in honour of Roald Dahl – the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was actually christened here.

Transportation near Wales Millennium Centre

If you're flying into London, you can get to Cardiff easily thanks to the direct trains that run from Paddington. Alternatively, Cardiff Airport has connections to a variety of destinations both domestic and international – flights go to and from the likes of Aberdeen and Newcastle, as well as Amsterdam and Alicante. There are regular, direct buses going between the airport and the city centre. Once here, you can explore the central area on foot, while there are trains to the nearby coastal area of Penarth.

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