Looking for somewhere to go on a date in Cardiff? Then give one of these top 5 places a go!
The Potted Pig
Situated in an old bank vault, The Potted Pig offers a constantly changing menu of largely British food, most of which comes from independent and local suppliers so you can always expect fresh seasonal flavours.
The drinks have been carefully chosen to go with the menu and with a vast array of wines, bottled lagers, beers, ales, ciders and a huge choice of bespoke gin varieties, there is sure to be something to tickle your fancy.
If The Potted Pig is booked up, why not try their sister venue Porro, located in on Llandaff High Street.
27 High Street, Cardiff, CF10 1PU
One of the top historical places in Wales, Cardiff Castle has numerous points of interest within its ancient walls.
Take a tour of the house, see the castle apartments, visit the Norman keep, or walk through the wartime shelters – tunnels built for air raids during the Second World War – there are plenty of things to keep the conversation going!
Take a pit stop in the café during your visit for refreshments such as hot meals, sandwiches, cakes and pastries, and pop into the gift shop to buy a keepsake to remind you of your visit.
Cardiff Castle, Castle Street, Cardiff, CF10 3RB
Urban Tap House
Urban Tap House opened in 2013 as the first bar fully-devoted to craft beer and cider.
With a rotating selection of over fifteen beers on tap and fridges full to the brim with a selection of beers from around the world, beer lovers need to give this place a visit.
Their menu consists of a delicious range of burgers, sides, and bar snacks, so whether you want to pop in for a beer and a nibble or are looking for something more substantial, you can find it at Urban Tap House.
Urban Tap House, 25 Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1DD
St Fagans National History Museum
Dubbed one of Europe’s leading open-air museums and Wales’s most popular heritage attraction, St Fagans is certainly not somewhere to miss.
There are a number of things to see whilst at St Fagans including historic buildings, and the castle which is a Grade 1 listed building that has been named one of the finest Elizabethan manor houses in Wales, all of which is set on 100 acres of parkland.
There are a number of craftsmen demonstrating traditional skills around the site, with many of their products on sale to the public.
Cardiff, CF5 6XB
Dr Who Experience
Located a short distance from the BBC studios where the series is filmed, The Dr Who Experience is a must for any fan.
It covers over fifty years of adventures, taking you on a unique journey through space and time – keep your eye out for special tickets at certain times of year that not only give you general admission to The Interactive Experience and The Exhibition Hall where there is a huge array of costumes and props, but also take you on The Walking Tour where you visit filming locations around Cardiff Bay and The TARDIS Tour where you get to visit the genuine set of the TARDIS!
Don’t forget to visit the Official Dr Who Shop to pick up exclusive memorabilia and gifts.
Discovery Quay, Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10 4GA
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