Free admission to historic sites in Wales this Sunday 26th June
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Free admission to historic sites in Wales this Sunday 26th June

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates is delighted to confirm the Welsh Government is opening the doors, free of charge, to all of its directly-managed Cadw sites on Sunday 26 June to mark Wales’ historic achievement at reaching the Final 16 in the European 2016 Football Championship.

Locations are -

• Beaumaris Castle
• Caernarfon Castle
• Conwy Castle
• Harlech Castle
• Criccieth Castle
• Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House
• Denbigh Castle
• Rhuddlan Castle
• Rug Chapel
• Valle Crucis Abbey
• Cilgerran Castle
• Kidwelly Castle
• Laugharne Castle
• Oxwich Castle
• St David’s Bishop’s Palace
• Strata Florida Abbey
• Caerphilly Castle
• Castell Coch
• Chepstow Castle
• Raglan Castle
• Tintern Abbey
• Tretower Court & Castle
• Blaenavon Ironworks*
• Caerleon Roman Baths*

* Caerleon Roman Baths and Blaenavon Ironworks are already free to enter so although they are included on this list the offer of free entry is not limited to 26 June
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Cheers Butty Shame no Duffryn Gardens This Year
Edited by: "Boz" 22nd Jun 2016
Diolch
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I've just realised that it's Pirate Weekend in Conwy this weekend so Pirates + Conwy Castle + Plas Mawr = cheap day out (free if I can convince the kids to walk to Conwy and not have any lunch (_;)).
Been to Laugharne since this was posted last year very nice can't beat a proper ruined castle
All the Welsh people are in Paris for the football , great deal for the Scots though
I used to work with Ken Skates! He's a good lad!
micpwelsh

All the Welsh people are in Paris for the football , great deal for the … All the Welsh people are in Paris for the football , great deal for the Scots though


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All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire.

Except Scotland.X)
Edited by: "johnsmith1997" 23rd Jun 2016
Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales.
(ducks and retreats quickly)
I thought Wales was a historic site!
& it's rained all day
Boz

Cheers Butty Shame no Duffryn Gardens This Year


Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!
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