Enjoy afternoon tea, guided tours and exceptional views at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.
The Senedd is the home of National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff Bay. Open to the public seven days a week, its distinctive design and incredible architecture attract visitors from all over the world, and in 2015 the building was awarded a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
On St David’s Day 2016 the building celebrated its tenth birthday, and as part of the ongoing celebrations we are now offering afternoon tea to visitors.
For £14.95 per person you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the Oriel café, sipping Welsh tea and tucking into our freshly made scones, finger sandwiches and pastries. A number of tables on the balcony will be reserved exclusively for those having afternoon tea, so you can enjoy the outstanding view whatever the weather.
To celebrate the Senedd’s tenth birthday, for this summer only a Senedd travel mug (pictured) is also included in the price of the tea.
Visitors can have a free guided tour of the building either before or after their tea, where they will learn about the building’s fascinating history, architecture and sustainability. You could also find out who your Assembly Members are and how they represent your interests in the Senedd’s debating chamber.
The Senedd regularly hosts a variety of events with performers, singers, exhibitions and activities happening throughout the year so come along and see what’s happening!
If you’d like to book afternoon tea and a tour, call us on 0300 200 6565, email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into the Senedd for more details.
Afternoon tea is available Monday – Friday 14:00-16:00, and bookings must be taken before 12:00 on the day you’d like to visit. Please inform us of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
Visiting at the weekend? Free tours are available daily, and a selection of drinks and refreshments are available to purchase from the Oriel Café throughout the summer.
The Senedd is currently open:
Monday – Friday 9:30 – 16:30
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays (all year) 10:30 – 16:30