Getting here by car Postcode: CF10 2HL
Whether driving from West Wales, the valleys or from the east (Bristol, Reading, Swindon) the simplest route from the M4 motorway is to exit at Junction 32 signposted Cardiff North.
Join the A470 and follow the signs to Cardiff and Queen St Station and they will bring you right to our door. Three hundred yards from our front door is St David?s shopping centre which has a safe and secure 2500 car park, accessed from Churchill Way/Bute Terrace. You'll be able to park safely and conveniently in no time.
Park and Ride
Park and Ride is simple to use - park your car at a convenient location on the outskirts of the city centre and take a bus which brings you right into the heart of the city.
The cost is £3 per car all day and includes your bus travel. www.cardiffparkandride.com Call Connect to Cardiff 029 2087 2087
Getting here by bus
Cardiff Bus and Coach Station is ideally located for your trip to the city centre. It has excellent local bus services along with regular and fast coach links from all parts of the UK, with special low fares from destinations such as Bristol and Swansea. www.cardiffbus.com Call 029 2039 6521 or National Express Enquiries on 0870 5808080
Getting here by train
Cardiff Masonic Hall is just 300 yards from Queen St Station and 900 yards from Cardiff Central Rail Station. The stations are served by First Great Western, Arriva Trains Wales and Wales and West operators. It is very easy to get to us from anywhere in the UK.
National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Cycling can be one of the quickest and easiest ways to get around Cardiff. The city's easy gradients and large green parks make it ideal for exploring by bike. The historic Taff Trail cycle path runs North to South along the banks of the river Taff, linking Castell Coch, the city centre, Cardiff Castle, the National Museum of Wales and Cardiff Bay. Cardiff is also a key destination on the National Cycle Network. Cardiff Cycle Routes