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Welcome..

Cadw is the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government. 'Cadw' (pronounced cad-oo) is a Welsh word meaning 'to keep'.

We welcome over a million visitors to our sites every year. To find out about them, click on 'Places to Visit'.

We aim to protect the historic environment of Wales by working with partners and private owners. We want people to enjoy it, to learn from it, to preserve it for our descendants, and to share it with others.

We hope you find our website easy to navigate.

  • Clicking on the Cadw logo will always bring you back to the home page.
  • The site is available in English and Welsh: to toggle between the languages, use the 'Cymraeg' or 'English' button below the Cadw logo.
  • To enlarge the text use the 'view' menu on your computer.
  • If you can't immediately find what you want, try using the 'search site' box in the top left-hand corner of each page.


* Historic opportunity for dogs in Wales *
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As a nation, Wales is passionate about its history. It also has a soft spot for dogs and from 1 April 2009.....

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* Get hitched in true Elizabethan grandeur *
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Plas Mawr, probably the best-preserved Elizabethan town house in Great Britain, is now approved as a venue for civil wedding and partnership ceremonies ......

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* Take one guidebook, see Three Castles *
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As part of Cadw�s twenty-fifth anniversary celebrations, a revised guidebook for the Three Castles of White, Skenfrith and Grosmont...

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