Pleasant enough way to spend a couple of hours. Went primarily to see the paintings but (and of course this is entirely a matter of personal taste) there wasnt a lot to rock my boat and not a lot of range. Some of the pottery was quite interesting but could have been better displayed. The natural history section on the ground floor was rather more interesting than expected- not too "dry"
Each city in the UK has its own museum. This is the most distinctive civilization and progress in the UK. This is also one of the reasons why I like the UK. It is worth recommending! Every city is proud of its own history and culture. The same is true of the National Museum Cardiff. The rich exhibition area has many different cultural characteristics. It is also a different way of learning in life. I like it. The museum, the feeling that you will never get tired of, it is so good!
The National Museum of Cardiff is located on the way from the castle and the city to Cardiff University. As the most conspicuous landmark outside the university, it is also the largest museum in Wales. The first floor of the museum still maintains dinosaurs and various animal specimens, and the second floor has a variety of art paintings and sculptures. The entire exhibition hall is generally quiet. The corridor does not hesitate to display its own cultural relics, including Asian ceramic works from China, Japan and South Korea.
How can the scenery in the picture frame resemble the world, and there is some talent in God. When condensing the natural craftsmanship and diluting the foulness of the human past, the western landscape paintings outline a beautiful landscape with naturalism and realism. There are as many eyes as there are green fields; there are as many homes as there are currents. The scenery in the gallery of the National Museum of Cardiff presents the scenery of Britain and Europe, and expresses the watchfulness of human beings.
The museum is near the city center, with few collections and sometimes exhibitions. It has performed modernist music works. It's a free museum, and there are children who come to study in Cardiff's museum. The teacher gives them some questions to ask them to find answers after they visit the museum. Great way to learn.