Home to the National Assembly for Wales, the Welsh National Opera, a host of other cultural, historical, sporting and shopping attractions, Cardiff Bay is a must-visit area of Cardiff, close to the City Centre. The Bay was one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe when completed around the turn of the Millennium, developed out of the old Tiger Bay and the city’s docks. And if you’re a Doctor Who fan, don’t miss the world’s most extensive collection of props and artifacts in the Doctor Who Experience.
Parking for Cardiff Bay
From the M4 motorway, leave at Junction 33 and follow the A4232 for about 10 miles to reach Cardiff Bay. Exit the A4232 at the junction signposted to Techniquest/Mermaid Quay.
You can pre-book a place at one of our Cardiff City Centre car parks, and take the shuttle bus from Cardiff Central Station to Cardiff Bay.
- Park close to Cardiff Central Train Station for quick access to Cardiff Bay.
- Make visiting Cardiff easy with parking in the centre of Cardiff offering easy access to Cardiff Bay, the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff City Centre.
- Parking in central Cardiff offers easy access to the city and bay area, as well as a quick route to the Millennium Stadium
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