Tour Highlights: Bay Walking Tour, Bay Cruise, Wales Millennium Stadium & St Fagans
In the early twentieth century Cardiff was the busiest coal port in the world, its docklands filled with the chatter of a hundred languages. Today those very docks upon which the city was built have been transformed into Cardiff Bay, Europe's largest and dazzling waterfront regeneration. Discover Cardiff Bay's historical past, marvel at the innovative architecture alongside historic buildings and Mermaid Quay, offering a wide selection of restaurants with everything from Italian to Turkish cuisine.
Cardiff Bay Cruise
Embark at Mermaid Quay and enjoy a cruise around Cardiff Bay taking in the many sights to include the multi-million pound Bay Barrage, and 500-acre lake and wetlands.
Wales Millennium Stadium
An entertaining guided tour of the national stadium, built in 1999 at a cost of £126 million and capacity of 74,500 supporters. Primarily used for international rugby and football but also a popular venue for concerts, exhibitions and other events. The tour includes the Royal Box and VIP areas, dressing room and players' tunnel where you will be treading in the footsteps of sporting heroes such as David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Johnny Wilkinson.
St Fagans National History Museum
Opened in 1948 as an open air museum and has become one of Europe's most outstanding heritage attractions. The museum stands in over 100 acres of stunning countryside and woodlands with over 40 original buildings moved from various parts of Wales and re-erected to show how people lived throughout the past centuries. St Fagans Castle and formal landscaped gardens lie in the eastern part of the grounds and is one of the finest Elizabethan manor houses in Wales.