Looking for a family day out with a difference? Cadw offers a range of exciting places to explore! Simply present your CSSC card at Cadw sites* on arrival to gain free entry for yourself, one other adult and accompanying children under 16 (max 3).
Visit some of the best castles in the world in Wales as well as abbeys, churches and chapels and some of the most atmospheric ancient monuments that visitors have been seeking out for thousands of years.
Below are some suggestions across Wales for you to visit. Sites range from Caerphilly Castle, Castell Coch and Tintern Abbey in the south to the world Heritage sites of Caernarfon, Harlech, Conwy and Beaumaris Castles in the north of Wales.
For more on places to visit and things to do go to: www.cadw.gov.wales.
*Excludes Carreg Cennen Castle, Weobley Castle, Dolwyddelan Castle and Margam Stones Museum. You may be requested to provide photo ID on entry.
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Cadw is the Welsh Government's historic environment service working for an accessible and well protected historic environment in Wales. They:
Cadw is a Welsh word meaning 'to keep' or 'to protect'.
The most technically perfect castle in Britain has few equals.
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Conwy's massive military strength from the rock on which it stands.
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