If you’re looking for a great day out, a place to shop for the latest trends, be entertained, or dine out with friends and family, look no further – Swansea City Centre has got it all. The cultural scene is vibrant and varied with a host of museums, art galleries, cinema and theatres all promoting an excellent programme of annual events and activities.
Attractions - When in the big heart of the Swansea, you’ll find some great attractions, with everything from cinemas, bowling, gaming, gyms, health spa and indoor tropical centre not to mention one of Wales most popular indoor leisure venues the LC2.
Eating Out - Swansea has a reputation for its culinary delights with an exciting range of local and international dishes available at a wide range of restaurants. From cafe bars to restaurants and bistros, Swansea City Centre offers a fantastic choice catering for all tastes and pockets.
Museums & Galleries - Swansea City Centre has an exciting variety of museums and galleries to suit all ages and interests. With the ultra modern facilities at the National Waterfront Museum to the extensive displays at Swansea Museum. For those interested in art, you’ll be delighted at the galleries in the city that will be sure to keep you busy for hours.
You'll also love visiting the Ocean gallery on Oxford Street and the volunteer run Elysium Gallery on College St, which are both conveniently located in the heart of Swansea City Centre.
Sport & Activities - You can visit the home of Swansea City Football Club and the Ospreys Rugby Club in the international standard Liberty Stadium on the outskirts of the City Centre, or visit one of our 4 gyms including a 24 hour gym!
After Dark – And as the sun sets on Swansea, an exciting renowned night life comes to life with over 60 bars, restaurants, clubs and a casino catering for all customers.
Events - Throughout the year the city organises a variety of exciting events and activities. To find out more visit the events page on this site
Swansea offers many unique opportunities. There are often theatre pieces performed around town, art, etc, making the city nothing less than colourful
To me Swansea is Home. It's a place where everyone knows everyone and you can make a friend just by chatting to someone on the street. It's friendly and welcoming