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After all these years Caernarfon’s immense strength remains undimmed. A brute of a fortress. Caernarfon Castle’s pumped-up appearance is unashamedly muscle-bound and intimidating. Picking a fight with this massive structure would have been a...more
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Caernarfon Castle Castle Ditch | Pendeitsh, Caernarfon LL55 2AY, Wales
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WOW! Great day out, capped by several hours in this magnificent Castle!
The views are incredible from the Towers!
One tip is go early as the stairs going up the Towers get VERY busy and they are narrow!
If your afraid of heights BEWARE or...More
Arrived in comfort from Porthmadog via the steam railway. Again thanks to CADW for giving free entry to English Heritage refugees! We were very impressed with the building and needed the map to determine which tower we were in. The views from the towers were...More
If you love Wales, are fascinated by history, then this is for you. Make the stop and, if you want to follow through, consider an explorer’s pass for a discount on. Other historic sights during your visit.
Spent a lovely day here with my elderly mum & my husband! Views breathtaking! Bought a guidebook but too detailed to read as walking around and too dark inside! Not enough signs so easy to miss bits!
Very dark inside which meant my mum was...More
Visited it during an open doors event organised by carw. The open doors event meant that the castle was not charging for entry on the Saturday or Sunday. I wished we had gone on the Saturday because there was so much to see we ran...More
We visited here in September 2018. This is an interesting historical monument. You can access some of the buildings. There are many viewing points across the town and river and there is a short film charting the history if the castle. Entrance is £7.50, disabled...More
The castle is a magnificant structure but it is basically a ruined shell and CADW.,who run it,seem to be saying this is it,pay your £19,for 2 adults,like it or lump it. Sorry,but today that isn't good enough. From walking around you get no idea what...More
The castle has been restored sympathetically since having been largely left to fall into disrepair.
It is well maintained, and is litter free.
Local parking and transport options are both good.
That said, it feels as though the body responsible for managing it can’t quite...More