Foundation Phase

Free Self-led

Wriggle! The wonderful world of worms

National Museum Cardiff

Visit our new exhibition!

18 June 201630 September 2017     

An exciting exhibition delving into the wonderful world of worms. Crawl inside the amazing ‘wriggloo’ and get an earthworm’s eye view of the world.  Discover the mind-blowing diversity of worms and find out more about where and how they live. Use our fun interactive game to discover what kind of worm you really are!  Explore how worms have crawled into all areas of popular culture, from books and movies to heavy metal music.

For foundation phase / Key Stage 2


Cost: Free of charge as is a self-led session.

Dinosaur Babies

National Museum Cardiff
picture of dinosaur embryo in egg
image of tarbosaur skeleton
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27th May - 5th Oct 2017

Coming to Wales for the first time: an exciting family-friendly exhibition bringing together some of the world’s most amazing finds of dinosaur eggs and embryos.

Includes full size dinosaur skeletons and replicas, touchable models of dinosaur embryos and eggs, and even a huge 2.5 metre model dinosaur nest!

  • Get up close to the dinosaurs
  • Learn about dinosaur family life and how they cared for their babies
  • Learn to identify eggs from different dinosaurs.
  • Be a palaeontologist and have a go in our ‘Big Dig Pit’.

For school bookings, please call our Learning Dept on (029) 2057 3240. For all other group bookings, please contact Ticketline on (029) 2023 0130

Pre-booked schools

Exhibition only

£60 – large group, up to 35   pupils

£40 – small group, up to 15 pupils

Teachers / supervisors go in free

Dinosaur Workshop only


Combined workshop  and visit to the exhibition

£120 – large group, up to 35 pupils

£80 – small group, up to 15 pupils

Part of 2017 Year of Legends. The programme of learning activities for Dinosaur Babies is supported by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery.

Dates: 27th May 2017 - 5th October 2017

Sounds of the Dinosaurs

National Museum Cardiff

Imagine what noises dinosaurs may have made, handle real dinosaur bones and take part in a lively, sound-based story about a forest at the time of the dinosaurs.

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: Led by Museum staff - £40 for up to 15 pupils, £60 for up to 35. Free for some schools (see booking information).