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Half Term and Halloween Events

26 October 2007

If you're looking for some fun family activities to keep young monsters busy this half term and Halloween, then the National Slate Museum Llanberis is the place to visit.

Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
Annual Report 2006-07

24 October 2007

The Senedd, Cardiff Bay
12.30 pm Thursday 25 October 2007

A ten-year strategy to transform St Fagans – Wales's most popular visitor attraction – will be highlighted at the above public event, hosted by the Welsh Assembly Government Minister for Heritage, Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM.

Archbishop of Canterbury opens St Teilo's Church at St Fagans: National History Museum

15 October 2007

In 1998 St Fagans: National History Museum began the challenging work of moving, rebuilding and refurbishing a stone-built medieval church – one of the first projects of its kind to be attempted in Europe. On Sunday 14 October 2007 this building – St Teilo’s church from Pontarddulais, West Wales – was officially opened by the Most Reverend Dr Rowan Williams at the open-air museum near Cardiff.

A public event launches Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales latest Annual Report

9 October 2007

An exciting event for the public at The Senedd in Cardiff Bay sees the launch of Amgueddfa Cymru's latest Annual Report.

Activities galore for the whole family in south-east Wales this October

9 October 2007

Visitors to the NationalRomanLegionMuseum and Big Pit can enjoy a host of fun activities this October.

Tours a first for St Fagans and the British Deaf Association

2 October 2007

St Fagans: National History Museum, together with the British Deaf Association, is offering British Sign Language (BSL) tours of the Museum with Deaf Guides – a first for museums in Wales.