Cardiff is a compact city and the majority of Cardiff Contemporary venues are within walking distance of each other - the best way to see the city.

The Angel
Castle St, Cardiff CF10 1SZ

Tuesday – Sunday, 11:00 – 18:00

The Angel is Cardiff Contemporary’s festival hub, gallery and information point – visit us for up to date news about exhibitions and events, to pick up a guide or to meet the team and find out how to make the best of your visit.


Tourist Information


Local Public Transport
Cardiff Central Bus Station is located in the heart of the city, on Westgate Street. Regular buses connect the whole of the city, with short hop journeys from the Centre to Canton and the Centre to Roath for only £1

Make use of Cardiff’s Black Cab service or book with Dragon Taxis on 029 2033 3333

Where to Stay
Make the most of your visit by finding somewhere great to stay at:

We recommend a stay at
The Angel Hotel on Castle Street:

Access Information|
Cardiff Contemporary aims to be a fully accessible Festival, however due to the idiosyncratic nature of some of the venues this cannot always be guaranteed. If you have access requirements, or would like detailed information on accessibility for a particular venue, please contact 0292230977 or
refer to our website.


Food & Drink
Cardiff has a great variety of places to eat and drink to suit all tastes and budgets. Here are some of our recommendations:

Central Cardiff
Coffee Barker
Unit 13,Castle Arcade
CF10 1BU

27-39 Wyndham Arcade, Mill Lane CF10 1FH

Little Man Coffee
Ivor House, Bridge St
CF10 2EE

Waterloo Tea
Wyndham Arcade, The Hayes
CF10 1FH

Cardiff Bay
Craft in The Bay
The Flourish, Lloyd George Avenue, CF10 4QH

Spit and Sawdust
Rhymney River Bridge Rd, Unit B, CF23 9AF

13 City Rd, CF24 3JD

Chapter Arts Centre
Market Rd, CF5 1QE