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How to visit us safely

We’d like to reassure our members and visitors that our main priority remains to provide a safe on-site experience for all. As part of this, we reserve the right to keep in place some on-site precautions to help manage movement around our monuments.

Please respect signage such as one way systems and requests from staff as required. Some of our teams may continue to wear face-coverings in busy spaces, please bring a face covering if you would like to wear one whilst visiting our sites.

We would also ask that you don’t visit if you have tested positive or are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.

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To visit a Cadw site

  • please check opening times and facilities on our Find a Place to Visit page
  • purchase your admission tickets on arrival (or book online)*
  • check the latest Welsh Government health & safety advice before visiting.

*applies to admission charging sites only.

Admission tickets 

You no longer need to book tickets before visiting Cadw sites; if you would like to book your tickets online, please visit our ticketing website. All admission tickets are released a week in advance, you can also pre-order your guidebook with a 10% discount and collect on arrival.

Book tickets

(pre-booked tickets cannot be refunded).

Cadw events

Our general admission events do not require pre-booking, all admission tickets can be purchased on arrival. The only exception is Castell Coch, due to the small nature of the site and limited space in some of the castle rooms, pre-booking tickets for all Castell Coch events is essential.

Visit our Find a Cadw event page for a full list of Cadw events, all admission tickets are released a week in advance, to book tickets, please visit our ticket booking website.

Book tickets

(pre-booked tickets cannot be refunded).

Find a place to visit

We care for 130 historic sites around Wales, many of which are open and free to visit.

Please check individual site pages for our latest opening times and facilities (some of our admission charging sites close during the winter period).

Due to the nature of some of our monuments, we may need to close sites at short notice in poor weather conditions.

If you are planning to visit in bad weather, please check our social media channels or call our team before visiting to check the monument is open and safe to visit.

If you have questions about your visit please call our customer services team on: 03000 252239 or email us at: cadw@pti.cymru

Latest changes to Welsh COVID-19 restrictions 

The restrictions are changing frequently, so it’s important that you check the Welsh Government website before planning your visit to a Cadw site: Welsh Government - Coronavirus regulations