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Cadw education visits help you engage in Wales’ heritage. Experience over 5,000 years of our collective history and the lives of our ancestors in key sites where it took place.

Plan your education visit to one of our many properties today!

Whether you’re looking to explore the Romans, Edward I, the Welsh Princes, medieval or Tudor life, the earliest settlements or industrial revolution, there are plenty of inspiring places to choose from.  You can either visit us in person or through one of our virtual visits

Educational visits to Cadw sites are free; however, we welcome donations, with the money reinvested in conservation work, allowing future generations to enjoy our historic environment. Cadw cares for 130 historic sites around Wales including castles, abbeys, ironworks, hillforts and burial chambers. A suggested voluntary donation of £25 per class would be very welcome to help us care for the nation’s historic sites, but of course is not compulsory.


Please note: Caerleon Roman Baths is currently closed and not taking education or supported visit bookings.

Need to learn more before your visit? Purchase your Cadw guidebook online to discover the history behind your chosen site.

There are also a wide range of materials for use before, during and after your visit, including curriculum linked resources across the Cadw Learn area.