- 1 What is there to do in Cardiff with toddlers?
- 2 Is Cardiff a dangerous city?
- 3 What is there to do in Cardiff lockdown?
- 4 What’s Open in Cardiff for kids?
- 5 Where can I take my toddler in Wales?
- 6 What are the roughest parts of Cardiff?
- 7 Is Grangetown Cardiff safe?
- 8 Does Cardiff have a beach?
- 9 What attractions are open in Cardiff?
- 10 What is near Cardiff?
- 11 What can I do in Cardiff today?
- 12 How much is St Fagans?
What is there to do in Cardiff with toddlers?
It’s not always easy taking out a toddler.
- National Museum Cardiff.
- Cardiff Story Museum.
- Wales Millennium Centre.
- St Fagans National History Museum.
- The Cedar Tree Farm.
- The Plum Tree.
- Parc Play.
Is Cardiff a dangerous city?
Cardiff Crime Overview Cardiff is the most dangerous city in South Glamorgan, and is among the top 20 most dangerous overall out of South Glamorgan’s 60 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Cardiff in 2020 was 51 crimes per 1,000 people.
What is there to do in Cardiff lockdown?
Things To Do In Cardiff During Local Lockdown
- Go Rock Climbing At Boulders Indoor Climbing Centre.
- Make A Splash At Cardiff International White Water.
- Let Your Inner-Child Loose At A Trampoline Park.
- Eat Global, Stay Local At The Depot.
- Go Golfing Indoors At Treetop Adventure Golf.
- Hit The Lanes.
- Watch A Movie.
- Shop Local At Cardiff Market.
What’s Open in Cardiff for kids?
- St Fagans National Museum of History. 7,194. Speciality Museums.
- Principality Stadium. 4,022. Arenas & Stadiums.
- Cardiff Castle. 6,473. Castles.
- Cardiff Bay. 6,104. Piers & Boardwalks.
- National Museum Cardiff. 2,619. Art Galleries • Natural History Museums.
- Roath Park. 1,050. Parks.
- Wales Millennium Centre. 2,675. Theatres.
- Bute Park. 1,821.
Where can I take my toddler in Wales?
Toddler friendly beaches
- Benllech, Anglesey. © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown Copyright.
- Porth Dafarch, Anglesey. © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown Copyright.
- Mwnt, Ceredigion. © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown Copyright.
- Llangrannog, Ceredigion.
- Pendine Sands, Carmarthenshire.
- North beach, Tenby.
- Dunraven Bay, on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
What are the roughest parts of Cardiff?
I’ve lived in the rougher parts of Cardiff: Riverside, Llanrumney, Plasnewydd, Splott and Tremorfa. This is because house prices are ridiculous elsewhere!
Is Grangetown Cardiff safe?
You should be careful walking through some parts of Grangetown. This is an area where a lot of people get robbed and have their pockets picked by thieves. You should also be aware of the prostitutes working along the river at a place named the Magic Roundabout. Bute Street is another place you should avoid.
Does Cardiff have a beach?
There are many beaches in the Cardiff area including Penarth and St Mary’s Well Bay. Only a short drive away is the more famous Barry Island with its large sandy beach and family friendly amenities.
What attractions are open in Cardiff?
Family Friendly Attractions Open In Cardiff
- Cardiff International White Water is now open and taking bookings!
- The Welsh Mining Experience at Rhondda Heritage Park has reopened it’s doors.
- Mermaid Quay boats more than 30 restaurants, cafes, bars and more; a stunning waterfront location in the heart of Cardiff Bay.
What is near Cardiff?
13 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Cardiff
- Cardiff Castle. Daffodil blooms in front of Cardiff Castle.
- The “City of Arcades” Glass-roofed shopping arcade in Cardiff.
- Cardiff Bay. Cardiff Bay at dusk.
- Wales Millennium Centre. Wales Millennium Centre.
- National Museum Cardiff. National Museum Cardiff.
- Principality Stadium. Principality Stadium.
- Llandaff Cathedral.
What can I do in Cardiff today?
10 Fun Things To Do In Cardiff
- 1.) Visit Cardiff Castle.
- 2.) Explore Cardiff’s National Museum.
- 3.) See the Millennium Centre.
- 4.) Find Castell Coch.
- 5.) Walk the Taff Trail.
- 6.) Explore St Fagan’s.
- 7.) Cheer on at a rugby match.
- 8.) Try Your Hand At White Water Rafting.
How much is St Fagans?
The Museum remains FREE TO ENTER. However, to keep you and our staff safe, we have had to reduce the number of people we can welcome on site at any one time. To manage this, all visitors entering the site will need to have booked a free ticket in advance.