Abergavenny Tourist Information and National Park Centre is conveniently situated in the Tithe Barn next to St Mary's Priory Church, close to the town's Bus station.
Caerleon History Tours can help you enjoy your visit to Roman and historic Caerleon and others heritage sites in South East Wales in the company of a local historian and archaeologist. Caerleon is one of the most interesting Roman sites in
The variety of the remains on view is unparalleled within these isles.
Frigidarium, tepidarium, caldarium and natatio. Sounds like one of Harry Potter’s spells!
The local Tourist Information Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering advice and help on booking accommodation.
An archaeologist’s paradise. Tribal capital of the Silures (Venta Silurum) - impressive fourth-century walls standing up to 17 feet (5.2m) high. Excavated houses, forum-basilica and a Romano-British temple also remain.
Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Castle’s exciting past. Caldicot Castle’s impressive structure is surrounded by an idyllic 55 acre Country Park.
Chepstow Bridge is the World's largest iron arch road bridge from the first 50 years (1780-1830) of iron and steel construction.
Beautifully preserved Chepstow Castle is a history lesson in stone. A massive and mighty medieval fortress. Spectacular River Wye setting. Impressive exhibition with life-size models.
Located just outside Newport, on the road to Risca alongside the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is the Fourteen Locks Canal Visitor Centre.
Goytre Wharf is located on the canal with over 200 years of industrial heritage to discover. The site is now developed for leisure within an area of outstanding natural beauty, but still retaining many of its historic features.
Substantial remains of thirteenth-century castle of Hubert de Burgh, raised on an earlier motte. It was later remodelled by the house of Lancaster.
Moated site believed to have belonged to the bishops of Llandaff later used as the site of a hunting lodge.
Llandegfedd offers a restaurant with panoramic views & watersports. As well as sailing & fishing, visitors can stroll or picnic along our walking trails, explore the woodland & enjoy the array of wildfowl that visit & reside here.
Llanthony Priory was one of the earliest houses of Augustinian canons to be founded in Britain, and is one of only a handful in Wales.
Newport Service with music at 11.0 a.m. every Sunday, a friendly worshipping community that would love YOU to join with them..
Castle established by William Fitz Osbern in the late 11th century. The remains of the great hall date to the first half of the 12th century. Later remodelled by the Lancasters. Birthplace of Henry V.
Monnow Bridge in Monmouth, Wales, is the only remaining mediaeval fortified river bridge in Great Britain with its gate tower still standing in place.
Newport Castle is closed for the foreseeable future for health and safety reasons.
The name "Woolos" is a corruption of Gwynllyw, the 5th century Welsh saint who first founded a religious establishment on the site. The Cathedral is in the Diocese of Monmouth, in the Church in Wales, and seat of the Bishop of Monmouth.
The Newport Medieval Ship was discovered in the banks of the River Usk in June 2002 during construction of the Riverfront Theatre. A team of specialists are now recording and conserving all 1700 ship timbers and the artefacts.