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The Senedd is situated overlooking the waters of Cardiff Bay, this easily accessible public building is a Parliament for the people of Wales.

OPENING HOURS:

DURING TERM

Mon

09:30 - 16:30

Tue - Thu

08:00 - End of Business

Fri

09:30 - 16:30

DURING RECESS

Mon - Fri

09:30 - 16:30

ALL YEAR

Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays

10:30 - 16:30

Y Senedd Y Senedd Y Senedd Y Senedd

Opened on St David’s Day 2006 by Queen Elizabeth II and renowned architect Lord Richard Rogers, the Senedd is situated in a prime position on the waterfront alongside the Pierhead, also belonging to the Parliament estate.

It houses the Welsh Parliament for Wales’ Siambr (debating chamber) and Committee Rooms, all of which have a public gallery to allow members of the public free access inside to take an interest in the discussions that help shape their lives as well as hosting world class exhibitions and events throughout the year.

It is one of the most environmentally friendly Parliament buildings in the world making use of local Welsh materials including Llan Ffestiniog slate, Pembrokeshire oak and Port Talbot steel as well as using geothermal heating to keep the building heated in the colder months.

The Senedd is completely transparent at public levels with a café and a shop on the upper level when once through security, the public can enjoy a nice cup of tea and a Welsh cake while looking at the literature and craft gifts available from all over Wales.

Pop in and see the friendly reception staff who can help with your visit and general enquires.


Undo Things Done
Sean Edwards
Senedd
26 July – 5 September 2021

The Senedd is proud to host the closing presentation of Undo Things Done, Sean Edwards’ touring exhibition created for Cymru yn Fenis / Wales in Venice 2019 as part of the Venice Biennale, the largest visual arts exhibition in the world.

Undo Things Done takes as its starting point Edwards’ experience of growing up on a council estate in Cardiff in the 1980s, capturing and translating what he calls a condition of ‘not expecting much’ into a shared visual language; one that evokes a way of living familiar to a great number of people.


 

VISITOR INFORMATION:

Tickets & Prices

Admission and all tours are free of charge, pre-bookings for guided group visits of up to 40 people can be be arranged, subject to availability.

Food & Drink

There is an on-site café available in the Oriel with a choice of both hot and cold drinks and light snacks.

Accessibility

All public areas of the building are accessible by both lifts and stairs, a number of wheelchairs are available on request. Public seating is provided in both the Neueadd and in the Oriel.

BY CAR

Follow signs for for Cardiff Bay, for sat-nav use post code Cf10 4PZ.

PARKING

The nearest parking is Mermaid Quay Car Park (CF10 5BS) or Q-Park Cardiff Bay (CF10 4PH).

BY TRAIN

The nearest station is Cardiff Bay, trains run approx. every 12 minutes from Cardiff Queen Street.

BY BUS

The nearest bus stop is Millennium Centre.

Get in touch with The Senedd

Telephone

030 0200 6565

Email

contact@senedd.wales

Address

Pierhead Street, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF99 1NA