All aboard to St Fagans!
1 month ago
We’re pleased to announce that from Monday 1st August we will be operating service 32 between the city centre and St Fagans.
St Fagans National Museum of History is an open-air museum chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture, and architecture of the Welsh people. The museum is open daily, and entry is free.
Normal Cardiff Bus fares apply on service 32 which means you’ll be able to use your Cardiff Bus day, week, month, or annual ticket to visit the Welsh Living Museum at no extra cost. If you’re visiting for the day simply buy your day ticket on board your local route, or on our app, then connect to service 32 in Cardiff city centre.
If you’re travelling with children, our family ticket is reduced on weekends and local school holidays. Families of up to 5 (max 2 adults and must include at least 1 child between the ages of 5 – 15, or 16 – 21 with a My Travel Pass) can travel all day for just £5.50 in Cardiff and Penarth or £8 across our entire network.
Service 32 runs via Canton and Fairwater in both directions and stops at all recognised bus stops along the route.
Bethan Lewis, Head of St Fagans National Museum of History, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales said:
“We’re delighted that Cardiff Bus will now operate the bus service to the museum. The bus service is a hugely important sustainable transport link for staff and visitors alike. We look forward to welcoming more visitors who choose to visit us by bus in the near future.”
This route adds to the many great locations you can visit with Cardiff Bus this summer. We’re already running a service to Penarth Pier which will be operated by an open-top bus from the end of July, running additional buses to Cardiff Bay, as well regular services to favourites such as Roath Park, Tredegar House, Bute Park and many more.