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Photo Call

9 June 2006

Steel giant Corus is going back to the future and helping to educate thousands at Swansea's National Waterfront Museum.

Don't miss a unique chance to see real live Roman Gladiators in south Wales

8 June 2006

Come to Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre this July for your chance to see real live Roman Gladiators showing off their skills.

Slovakian Representatives visit St Fagans: National History Museum

8 June 2006

On Tuesday, 6 June, the Honorary Consul for the Slovak Republic in Wales, Nigel Payne, brought a group of senior Slovakian representatives to St Fagans: National History Museum, to give them a taste of the history of Wales.

Calling all Football Widows! Get away from it all at Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales.

7 June 2006

If watching a group of men kicking a ball around a field for an hour and a half isn't your thing, you're going to have plenty of time on your hands over the next month as the World Cup kicks off in Germany this week.

Call in at the National Wool Museum this June

5 June 2006

With summer upon us at last, it's time to think of different places to visit to keep the whole family happy on long hot weekends. There's nowhere better than the National Wool Museum nestling in the Carmarthenshire hills in the picturesque village of Dre-fach Felindre, and recently praised at the European Museum of the Year Awards.

Death in Wales: 4000–3000 BC

2 June 2006

8 June – 24 September 2006
National Museum Cardiff

Tinkinswood, Bryn yr Hen Bobl, Bryn Celli Ddu ‘The Hill of Black Grove' and Pipton - four burial tombs featured in National Museum Cardiff's latest exhibition, ‘Death in Wales: 4000-3000 BC', showing from 8 June – 24 September.