1/3 After 20 September 2021 it will not be possible to pre-book online tickets for Cadw’s staffed sites, with all ticket allocations available onsite only on the day of your visit. Tickets for Castell Coch will still be available online due to the size and layout of the site.pic.twitter.com/ExUCLeUVAm
The limewash will not only help protect the building against the elements and allow it to breathe, the fresh coat is ensuring the church looks the way it would have looked in its heyday!
Our conservation team have been busy lime washing Llangar Church and its stone Lychgate, near Corwen in Denbighshire.pic.twitter.com/gMgkq7W1sm
Our website will be unavailable for a short period tonight for maintenance. Tuesday 19 Oct : 5.30PM – 7:30PM This will not affect our online booking pages http://ow.ly/ISWG50GtLK9 Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Plan your half term adventures by booking your days out to Cadw monuments now. Tickets are available for all Cadw sites that are open next week. We’ll also have tickets available to buy on the day when you arrive at site.
#MonumentMonday - Dyfi Furnace
Built around 1755, this charcoal-fired blast furnace used for the smelting of iron ore is one of the best-preserved industrial buildings of its type in Britain.
Congratulations to the eleven sites achieving
@Keep_Wales_Tidy Green Heritage Site Accreditation this year, including two new sites - Swansea Singleton Campus and Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery.
5/5 For further information and to find out more about redeeming your Sky VIP winning ballot ticket, please visit our website for a full list of FAQs . Please check social media for opening times before your visit. https://cadw.gov.wales/our-re-opening-guidance …
3/5 During this period of rolling site closures we will not be selling online tickets for sites other than Castell Coch, but will have plenty of tickets available at the sites to purchase on the day of your visit.
2/5 St, Davids Bishop’s Palace –Closed Monday 18, Tuesday 19 and the morning of Wednesday 20 October Kidwelly Castle – Closed Monday 18, Tuesday 19 and the morning of Wednesday 20 October Laugharne Castle – Closed Thursday 21, Friday 22 and the morning of Saturday 23 October
Upcoming site closures 1/5 During the week commencing 18 October, the following sites in the south Wales area will be closed while we roll out our system upgrade. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
It's been a little slow coming but we would like to say a massive thank you all our volunteers who came along to Pen Dinas to help us over the course of the excavation and all those who visited us! We hope to be back soon!pic.twitter.com/K2Mam8rhyx