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The Tube Has Closed :(
Sadly the Tube has now closed down and gone away, I think it is a shame as it was a fab structure that was a real Icon!
The Tube or as it was officially known ‘The Cardiff Bay's Visitors Centre’ was a great place to start your visit to Cardiff, There were displays with a number of exhibitions and video information on the Bay. There was also a very large scale model of Cardiff.
as well as a mass of tourist information and a shop selling some great souvenirs and gifts.
I bought some pin badges and a bag as well as picking up lots of leaflets and info.
The new visitors centre is on the ground floor of the Millennium Centre, you can still pick up lots of info and buy things from the shop but it has all gone a bit more up market!
Entrance is Free
October to March: 09.30 - 5pm, Monday - Saturday and 10.30 - 5pm on Sunday and bank holidays.
April to September: 09.30 - 6pm Monday to Saturday and 10.30 - 6pm on Sunday and bank holidays.
Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
- Historical Travel
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Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre
The Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre is a tube shaped building which illustrates the story of Cardiff Bay from busy Docklands to a regenerated recreation area with restaurants and pubs.
It houses a film, many photographs and last but not least a large scale model of the area. Apart from that, it offers panoramic views of the bay. Admission is free.
The Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre is located at the end of Harbour Drive; just next to the Norwegian Church.
Address: Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre, Harbour Drive, Brittania Quay, Cardiff
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Cardiff Harbour Visitor Centre
The Tube, as it's commonly called, serves as the visitor centre for Cardiff's harbour. During my visit in 1999, the harbour was undergoing extensive renovation. I'm sure it's a whole different place today.
- Arts and Culture
'The Tube' to me is either a music show on channel 4 presented by Jools Holland (boy that shows my age) or the nickname for the Underground in London. it can't really be applied to a tin shed on the edge of Cardiff bay that is laughingly called a 'visitors centre'. If you were a visitor from another planet it might be useful, but I dont call a few posters, an old dear with some leaflets, a kayak and a wooden model of the bay an 'attraction'.
Free smelly toilets available
This is the Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre,its a lovely building which holds a huge model of Cardiff,open 7 days a week and has access for wheelchairs.You can buy your car park tokens from there to.
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