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Set on The edge of Cardiff Bay, the Pierhead building is definitely worth visiting. It is a firstly a museum outlining the history of the area but it is also a a fantastic display of the craftsmanship of the era. The tiles in the lobby...More
Fabulously interesting piece of architecture in a prominent and eye catching position in Cardiff bay. So much detail in the fancy brickwork. An iconic landmark. Really sorry that we did not have time to go and see what was on offer inside.
This is a great looking building. A real highlight of the bay area. Even inside there are lots of nice touches - the tiling was beautiful (but tiling is probably too work-like a word for the tiles all around). Definitely worth a close look.
This beautiful red brick building with clock tower sits majestically among the new modern buildings. It is a must visit with superb Victorian features inside including fabulous tiles. The views from the upstairs windows are incredible and there is also a short film on the...More
In Cardiff, the influence of the Bute family is everywhere as they were respinsible for the 19th century prosperity of the city. A fascjnating building commissioned by the Bute family's dock company, the Pierhead Building designed by William Frame who worked alongside William Burgess, is...More