While in the UK, you must take advantage of the museums that do not charge any entrance fee. It is the easiest way to learn about local culture, and if the weather's rough, it's also a nice way of keeping warm and dry. But seeing that the weather was so glorious while I was there, plus the fact that the collections in this museum was not exactly what I had been interested in, we didn't spend much time in there. Despite the short duration of my visit, however, I still highly recommend a visit. After all, you can enter for FREE.
The architecture of the building is Edwardian style. Its designers were Arnold Dunbar Smith and Cecil Brewer. Its construction began in 1912, but delayed by the First World War, it did not open until 1927.
建築設計是走愛德華時代風格。設計建築師為Arnold Dunbar Smith和Cecil Brewer。於1912正式開工。不過因為第一次世界大戰耽擱了完工日期，到了1927年才正式對外開放。
This is the natural history exhibit of the museum.
Statue in the staircase of the main hall.
A smaller scale statue on the staircase to the second floor.
The art gallery.
I cannot recall what this piece is called, but I do remember it capturing my attention.
National Museum Cardiff
*Note: The museum is actually called "National Museum, Cardiff". It is part of a wider network of "National Museum Wales"