Caernarfon Castle — Access Guide
The castle does not have a dedicated car park, however there are two public charging car parks nearby and others throughout the town. All car parks have accessible spaces: Google Maps View
Access into the castle is via the King's Gate. There is ramp access from the pavement through the gate into the admissions area. A new lift enables visitors with limited mobility to reach the top of the King's Gate.
If parking in the quayside car park there is a steep incline to reach the King's Gate entrance.
Entry is through the King's Gate.
A new lift enables visitors with limited mobility to reach the top of the King's Gate.
There are two sets of visitor toilets one of which can be accessed via a ramp and offer individual cubicles and changing areas.
The grounds consist of cropped grassy area and even pathways leading to different areas within the castle.
Caernarfon Castle has several tall towers and gateways, and, as a result, lots of steps. The castle can be enjoyed at ground level, however much of the site is accessed via steep, narrow spiral staircases, some of which are uneven, including the wall walks and some internal rooms. Throughout the castle there are also threshold steps at doorways and low door heights
Large print guides
Loud areas / flashing lights
Parking for prams and scooters
Portable induction loops
Water refill station
Audio guide available to purchase on arrival in the visitor centre.