Tourist Attractions in Cardiff

The port city of Cardiff is the youngest capital in Europe, having been declared as the official capital of Wales back in 1956. The city is located where the Severn Estuary meets the Rivers Taff and Rhymmey. Because of its huge role as the centre of culture and economy in the country, it has also become the most popular base for exploring the southern part of Wales.

Cardiff offers a wide variety of entertainment options. Among its most popular tourist attractions include the Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay, St. Fagan’s National History Museum, Caerphilly Castle, National Museum of Cardiff, Millennium Stadium, Wales Millennium Centre, Llandaff Cathedral, Bute Park, Cardiff International White Water, The Red Castle Castell Coch and the Taff Trail, among many others. The city is also the best place to try out unique experiences such as checking out interactive exhibits at the Doctor Who Experience and eating out in prison at The Clink.

There are 16 tourist attractions found in Cardiff. The major types of tourist attractions listed here are campgrounds and museums. Then there is also nature attractions listed in Cardiff. You may find a list of all categories of Cardiff attractions on this page. Click on a category to find all attractions of Cardiff of that type.

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