ROALD DAHL PLASS

The former Oval Basin dock is now a 10,000 capacity outdoor public entertainment arena, located immediately adjacent to Mermaid Quay.
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SENEDD

Opened in 2006, the Senedd building was designed by renowned British architect Richard Rogers. It is the Welsh Assembly Government's debating chamber.
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THE PIERHEAD

Built in 1897, the Pierhead building has remained a constant feature in Cardiff Bay - its clock is unofficially known as the Big Ben of Wales. Restored in 2010 it hosts exhibitions on the history of The Bay and is a venue for public debate.
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Wales Millennium Centre

Opened in 2004, the Millennium Centre is a key cultural and physical landmark in the Bay hosting a wide range of performances from opera and ballet to comedy and musicals.
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Techniquest

The UK's longest established science and discovery centre is just two minutes from Mermaid Quay and gives visitors a hands-on approach to science.
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Norwegian Church

Formerly the church of the Norwegian sailors, the building was moved to its present location in 1992, and is now a thriving cultural centre.
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CARDIFF HARBOUR WALKING TOURS

Explore the sights & stories of Cardiff Bay with a unique short walking tour of the historic waterfront! Only £5 per person. Join Welsh dramatist Will Salter to uncover a piratical past, delve into the industrial revolution, explore the docks & investigate Cardiff's development.
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Makers Guild Wales, Craft in the Bay

Stunning gallery space displaying and selling contemporary craft by many of Wales' top designer makers. Also hosting six major exhibitions per year of national and international artworks. Venue for hands-on craft activities, also conference room hire.
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