Wales Millennium Centre

Unmissable with its distinctive engraved exterior, the Millennium Centre spans five acres. The site hosts a huge range of different opportunities for you to explore. These include: dance, music, comedy and musical productions, so there is literally something for everyone to enjoy!

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay is one of the most exciting areas in the country as the redevelopment covers a huge 2,700 acres. One moment you can be wandering through a gorgeous park, or at a stimulating science park and planetarium, the next you could be having a satisfying meal at one of the many lovely restaurants or coffee shops.

National Museum Cardiff

One of the most popular attractions in the whole of Wales, this museum offers an amazing insight going back as far as 4.5 million years. Not only does the museum host great collections of Bronze Age weapons and fascinating fossils, but there is also a superb art gallery, filled to the brim with fine collections, including work done by Picasso and Monet – which is great for rugby culture vultures to enjoy on a weekend away.

Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle, which is made up of three different fortresses, is in the centre of the city and is the heartbeat of Cardiff. At certain points, there is a chance to witness jousting tournaments, medieval markets and other interesting events that regularly take place.

You can visit this amazing location to fill your rugby experience with even more adventures.

BBC tour

At the BBC Welsh Broadcasting House you’ll get the inside scoop on how everything’s put together, from conception all the way to getting on air. A must for anyone interested in the mechanics of television and radio.