I have left a review for Raglan castle so you kbow I live castles but this one really disappointed me. Not because it's a ruin but because it's a mess. It was full of rubbish and was overgrown making it difficult to move about. The information boards weren't in the correct places and when trying to read you were a... 更多
We stayed in the Angel Hotel and wanted to go for a walk by the river. The castle was on our way and an unexpected addition to the walk. It's beautifully set with plenty of information around to make it educational for the kids. The grounds are lush and allow you to have picnic in a historic spot yet fully... 更多
As castles go this is perhaps more of a ruin than some - the museum is small but has some historical points of interest - if you are in Y Fenni then pop in but don't make a special trip to see it.
We went for a quick visit and that's all you can do really at Abergavenny Castle. As a ruin it's great to explore and the staff are friendly as possible. But it won't take more than 30/40 minutes to look around the visitor centre. It all depends how long you want to spend looking round the remains of the castle.... 更多
A little museum with interesting exhIbits, contains the history of Abergavenny and dresses from the past. Closes for lunch. Lots for children to do and the staff keep them occupied.
Some ancient artifacts, some local history, plus some info on WWII era in Wales. Kids can try on costumes. Free!
A brilliant morning spent at the castle and museum. The grounds are perfect for a picnic (Weather dependent of course) and the castle has plenty of information available in both English and Welsh. The museum proved to be a highlight for the kids with the Anderson shelter and traditional kitchen attracting particular attention. The museum staff also deserve a mention... 更多