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Members of CSSC benefit from a great range of discounted and free days out and shopping vouchers.

If you’re planning to visit the Welsh valleys, no trip to the land of the castles is complete without taking in the magnificent heritage of Cadw. Wales boasts the greatest concentration of historic monuments, castles, churches and places of interest in the UK.

Cadw reopening

Cadw will be reopening a number of its castles, abbeys and palaces in November and are excited to welcome back visitors to their iconic sites.

Please check the Cadw website to see which sites are open and the restrictions in place. All visitors will still be required to pre-book tickets in advance of visiting due to reduced capacity. Tickets cannot be sold to anyone who is not a welsh resident due to current restrictions.

Frigidarium, tepidarium, caldarium and natatio

Sounds like one of Harry Potter’s spells! In fact, they describe the wide range of facilities on offer to the Second Augustan Legion and other residents at their state-of-the-art leisure complex. We are talking heated changing rooms, a series of cold and warm baths, covered exercise rooms and even an open-air swimming pool.

Roman Britain wasn’t that bad at all if you were a Roman. The remains on view at Caerleon provide the visitor with a vivid picture of life in second-century Roman Britain. Some 12 miles down the Roman road you will come across Venta Silurum, the first town in Wales and the tribal capital of the Silures. We call it Caerwent today. If you get a chance, pop down to see its surrounding walls and the remains of shops, a Romano-Celtic temple and the forum-basilica.

Your Saving

CSSC members can access free entry in to Cadw sites for themselves, one other accompanying adult and a maximum of 3 children (under 16).

How to book

All tickets to Cadw sites must be booked in advance. For details on how to book your free tickets as a CSSC member please visit our Cadw webpage.

Availability
Available all year round

Current partnership runs until 1 March 2021.

Special Guidance

This offer does not include special event days where Cadw may charge an additional fee.

The following Cadw sites are excluded from this offer:
• Carreg Cennen Castle
• Weobley Castle
• Dolwyddelan Castle
• Margam Stones Museum
• Chirk Castle

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