Two medieval carved ivory panels, separated in antiquity, were re-united again at National Museum Cardiff yesterday (14 July 2008) and will be displayed at the Museum from Tuesday 15 July 2008.
British gardeners may encounter an unexpected arrival this summer – the bizarre subterranean Ghost Slug or Selenochlamys ysbryda, as named by experts at National Museum Cardiff, Wales.
American Dreams exhibition
7 JULY 2008 - 31 JANUARY 2009
A small wooden travel trunk that carried the personal belongings of a Welsh quarryman’s family all the way to the USA at the turn of the last century has returned home for the first time in 104 years to take a starring role in a new exhibition at the National Slate Museum.
From July to December 2008, St. Fagans: National History Museum in Cardiff will be staging an exhibition by renowned Welsh photographer Robert Haines. Robert Haines will also be talking about his photographs at St. Fagans at 3pm, 12 July, 2008.
Minister for Heritage opens new exhibition at the National Wool Museum
The Welsh landscape will come under the spotlight at National Museum Cardiff for the very first time from 3 July 2008, as it launches four new galleries dedicated to celebrating art in Wales.