Cardiff Bay is "Europe's
most exciting waterfront". It is also the
largest, and most diverse resource site in south-east
Wales. A visit to the Bay can offer teachers
and students at all levels, from Key Stage 1
of the National Curriculum to post-graduate
research, the opportunity to explore and investigate.
Areas of interest include history; geography;
art; science; citizenship; sociology and urban
development and regeneration.
On view is a decade of achievements by the Cardiff
Bay Development Corporation and stunning examples
of the many achievements long before 'Cardiff
Bay' replaced 'Tiger Bay'.
Butetown History and Arts Centre is an independent
local charity based at the hub of these achievements.
BHAC is able to offer a range of support and
services which will make a success of any field
visit or research study.