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Museum visitors up by 20%

6 May 2008

More visitors, staff and collections at the National Wool Museum

Highest ever visitor figures at national museums

6 May 2008

Nearly 1.7 million visits were made to national museums in Wales during 2007-08 - the highest total on record and 124% up on the number of visits made in the last financial year before free entry was introduced in April 2001.

The English: Neighbours from Hell?

21 April 2008

A provocative discussion for St George’s Day at St Fagans: National History Museum

In search of slate

10 April 2008

Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales’s Historic Buildings Unit – the team responsible for dismantling buildings across Wales and re-erecting them at St Fagans: National History Museum to secure their future – is looking for traditional Welsh slate from Rhayader, Powys.

Welsh rugby star helps launch Museums & Galleries Month in Wales

8 April 2008

What do trains, planes and the equals sign have in common? The answer is that all these world-changing inventions began life here in Wales.