Knights at the ready! Lower the drawbridge as Cadw monuments prepare to re-open!

Thursday 13 March 2014

Cadw sites across Wales will be dusting off their winter coats in the next few weeks and all monument doors and gates will re-open to welcome visitors in the spring!

Picture of Laugharne Castle

On 1st April 2014, the following sites will resume action after being closed for the winter: Laugharne Castle, Oxwich Castle, Rhuddlan Castle, Rug Chapel and Llangar Old Parish Church.

Lamphey Bishops Palace will be closed Monday and Thursday. And White Castle and Oxwich Castle will now be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

More than two million people visit Cadw’s 129 historic sites every year to discover the dramatic stories behind Wales’s breathtaking castles, abbeys, industrial and prehistoric monuments. There are fascinating stories of battles over the centuries among the many tales over thousands of years of history which lie in wait for visitors to uncover at Cadw sites.

There will be lots of fun filled events taking place on Cadw sites over Easter and the Bank Holiday including easter egg hunts, twilight tours and battle re-entactments.

Please visit our events page for more details.