Plan your own medieval adventure in Cardiff.
If it’s a mystical adventure you’re looking for then Cardiff has a vast array of things on offer.
A step back in time at St Fagans, an open–air museum and Wales’s most-visited heritage attraction, St Fagans explores all aspects of how people in Wales have lived, worked and spent their leisure time.
Cardiff’s Centenary Walk is a great way to explore the city centre on foot. Find out more about how Cardiff became the city it is today. The Centenary Walk takes in some of Cardiff’s most celebrated and historic landmarks, as well as some well-kept secrets.. You can join it anywhere along the route, taking in as much – or as little – as you fancy.
CastlesTake a trip to the beautiful, gothic Castell Coch. Nestled in the Tonqwnlais hills it was built as a rural retreat from Cardiff Castle. Detailed architectural drawings still survive today and following Burges’s death in 1881, colleagues faithfully continued work on the eccentric interiors.
Just 50 minutes from Cardiff by boat, you can experience the unique environment of Flat Holm Island. Rich in wildlife and history. Day trips and overnight stays cater for families, individuals, special interest groups and educational establishments. There’s an opportunity to immerse yourself fully in a mystic stay under the stars.