Swansea is one of the largest cities in Wales. It can offer an interesting excursion program to its guests. The city cherishes its cultural heritage. One of its main landmarks is the beautiful Oystermouth Castle. There is a large playground in front of the old building, where Shakespeare's plays are performed every summer; it has always attracted tourists who are fond of theater going. The castle is amazing from an architectural point of view; it miraculously managed to survive during the Second World War.
The true cultural landmark of the city is the Singleton Park. In spring and summer its territory hosts a wide variety of cultural events, including concerts of classical music, performances of folklore ensembles, opera and theater performances.
The rather unusual attraction that also deserves attention is a monument to the Labrador named Jack. The dog became famous for its deeds; every local can tell a story about them. The dog lived for seven years and in that time has managed to rescue 27 people who couldn’t cope with raging sea elements. Tourists who are interested in the history of the city should definitely see ruins of the Swansea Castle and stroll along the ancient sea district.
The Swansea Museum tells travelers about the most significant events in the history of the city. Tourists who aren’t indifferent to visual arts would like a collection of Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. The National Museum opened in 2005 is an interesting cultural venue too. It is located on the waterfront and introduces the history of the industrial revolution of Wales to all interested. The exhibition of the museum is very amazing.