Over the next few weeks Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is organising a series of public events to discuss its Vision and aspirations for the next ten years to become a World Class Museum of Learning
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.
Bring the family along to Big Pit or the National Roman Legion Museum this June for a fantastic day out for everybody.
There's complete contrast at National Museum Cardiff this month with two very different exhibitions opening to the public.
6 June – 30 July 2006
"Whose history matters? What is at stake in the ways immigrants and minorities are portrayed? Do they have the right to present themselves as they wish to be seen?"
— Glenn Jordan
Work has already started at National Museum Cardiff, with staff beginning to de-hang the art collection in preparation for the building work that begins at Cathays Park later this year.