British Geological Survey
Tel: +44 (0) 29 2052 1962
Fax: +44 (0) 29 2052 1963
Opening hours are normally 9am–5pm Monday to Friday.
Visitors, please telephone in advance to confirm we are open, as the office may experience closures at short notice due to fieldwork.
The BGS Cardiff office is situated on the north-east side of Junction 32 at the Coryton Interchange, where the M4 and the A470 (T) dual carriageway cross.
Enter a postcode to get directions to BGS Cardiff:
The bus service to Tongwynlais from Cardiff Bus Station is the Stagecoach service number 132 (alight at the Legacy Hotel).
Alternatively, catch a train to Taffs Well station and then catch Stagecoach service number 132 towards Cardiff and alight at the Legacy Hotel.Details can be found at Traveline-Cymru or Stagecoach Bus.
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The BGS Cardiff office was opened in April 2004 by the Welsh Assembly's First Minister Carwyn Jones when he was Minister for Environment, Planning and Countryside. The Cardiff office provides Wales with access to the full range of BGS services and the expertise of 800 staff located at our other sites.
The Minister welcomed the BGS's commitment to the development of Wales and encouraged the public, government, other public bodies and industry to make full use of our data and expert services that lie within, and behind, the office.
Contact Jane Silivestros, for copies of maps, data or records; or to book customer meeting rooms at our office.
There is a selection of maps and other BGS publications relating to Wales available to purchase from the office. Visitors can also place orders for copies of out-of-print or unpublished BGS material including maps or visit the BGS Bookshop.