History games, videos, crafty makes and incredible objects from museums and galleries
Step back in time with the 1940s exhibition at the Royal Gunpowder Mills
Discover how Cardiff was transformed from the small market town of the 1300s, to one of the world's biggest ports in the 1900s, to the cool, cosmopolitan capital we know today.
New for 2014, the much-awaited Cabinet of Curiosities is now open!
Take a journey through the history of photography. Step into a 19th century portrait studio, see hundreds of incredible objects from our collection, and watch the world’s first moving colour film.
The first major exhibition to explore codebreaking in World War One
Discover a new side to life in the Middle Ages at Barley Hall with a weekend of activities exploring the fine line between science, religion and magic in medieval York.
The Saloon re-opens to the public
Clothing for formal and royal occasions, 1700s to 1900s selected from The Olive Matthews Collection.
Artist Bev Tosh, the daughter of a Royal New Zealand Air Force pilot and his Canadian war bride, portrays war brides of airmen during the Second World War.
An exhibition documenting centuries of Cham migration.
Breathing is so much more than simply biology. From babies’ first cries to our final dying gasps, breath is our constant companion on the journey through life.
This new display showcases unusual and rarely-seen images of the Royal Stables and George IV’s love for all things equestrian.
Toy Box Tales looks back at playthings that have entertained children – and older generations – since Victorian times.
This exhibition explores the way Georgians manipulated their own images to convey certain messages.
A stunning new exhibition featuring many iconic pieces from the spectacular hoard of Traprain Treasure found on Traprain Law 100 years ago.
A celebration of Queen Victoria and her 63 year reign as monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.