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Cardiff Bus launches new route to St Fagans National History Museum


NEW BUS ITINERARY: St Fagans National History Museum (Image: Media Wales)

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From Monday 1 August Cardiff Bus will operate a new route between the city center and St Fagans National History Museum.

St Fagans National History Museum is an open-air museum located four miles west of Cardiff city center and comprises over 40 historic buildings spread over 100 acres of parkland.

Its historic buildings have been salvaged across Wales, dismantled and relocated to the Museum. The museum is open daily and admission is free.

The new 32 service will pass through Canton and Fairwater in both directions and stop at all recognized bus stops along the route. Normal Cardiff Bus fares will apply on this service with daily, weekly, monthly and annual tickets accepted on board.

Bethan Lewis, Head of St Fagans National History Museum, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum of Wales, said: “We are delighted that Cardiff Bus is now operating the bus service to the museum. The bus service is an extremely important sustainable transport link for staff and visitors. We look forward to welcoming more visitors who choose to visit us by bus in the near future.

This new route adds to the many places you can visit with Cardiff Bus this summer, including an open-top bus service to Penarth Pier, additional buses to Cardiff Bay, as well as regular services to major destinations. such as Roath Park, Tredegar House, Bute Park and many more.

  • For passengers traveling with children, the bus operator’s family ticket is discounted on weekends and local school holidays, meaning families of up to 5 can travel all day for just £5.50 £ to Cardiff and Penarth or £8 networkwide.

More information can be found on Cardiff Bus website

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