If you take a tourist bus just out of the centre of Cardiff, then I would recommend visiting Caerphilly Castle. It was built in 1286, is the second largest castle in Britain and has an impressive moat! Then there’s a nice country pub just opposite where you can enjoy a traditional Sunday roast dinner afterwards… The National Museum of Wales, often called St Fagan’s, is also a popular tourist attraction. It is one of Europe’s foremost open-air museums and is set in 100 acres of parkland. It is home to about 50 traditional cottages from different periods of Welsh history, which were moved from all over Wales and carefully reconstructed within the grounds of the park. This museum also has a huge gift shop, which sells every kind of Welsh craft and souvenir you can find. Why not visit and find out more about our history, culture and language.