A landmark building on the Cardiff Bay waterfront and a renowned cultural venue


see doWith its enviable location and distinctive wooden exterior, the Norwegian Church offers an ideal location for small conferences, meetings, corporate hospitality, concerts and wedding receptions The historic Grieg Room can host a theatre style meeting for up to 60 delegates (daytime) 90 delegates (evening), or boardroom / horseshoe style for up to 30 delegates. The Centre can accommodate 80 guests for a formal banquet style wedding reception.


Behind its unique façade the venue is surprisingly flexible with its own integrated projection and sound system, lighting, hearing induction system and staging in addition to free WiFi. It also makes an ideal location for concerts, shows and gigs seating up to 90. Catering and licensed bar on-site too

By road

From the M4, from the west leave at Junction 33 and follow the A4232 all the way to the Bay; from the east leave at Junction 29, take the 3rd exit off the A48 and follow the signs to Cardiff Bay. Once you’re there, follow the signs to your nearest car park, or use the on-street pay and display parking behind the Norwegian Church.

Public transport

Frequent rail services operate all week with connections at Queen Street Station from the rest of the Valleys and Cardiff local routes network. There are also connections at Cardiff Central Station. For details call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50. The number 6 bendy baycar bus runs regularly between Cardiff city centre and the Bay, and services 7, 8 and 35 also run to the Bay. Get off at the Wales Millennium Centre.




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Arts Centre
Harbour Drive
CF10 4PA