Cadw has just begun a major project at Denbigh to maximise visitor potential to the castle and improve visitor access to the historic town walls. Archaeological excavation is underway in advance of a new purpose-built visitor centre. The town wall-walks will be made more easily accessible, and the presentation and interpretation of the castle and walls improved making links with the wider historic landscape.
Denbigh Castle and town walls were begun by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, in 1282 with the support of King Edward I.
The work is supported by the Convergence Funding Heritage Tourism Project.