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FREE entry to Welsh heritage sites
On St David's Day (Wed 1 Mar) only, 17 sites, eg, castlesExpired
On Wed 1 Mar, 17 heritage sites in Wales which normally charge for admission are open to the public for free. This is part of the Welsh Government's historic environment service's (Cadw) annual St David's Day event, and is in addition to the 100+ unstaffed monuments open for free year-round.
Heritage sites open for free include:
Free entry to 100+ properties in Wales
For buildings that usually charge entry or are closed to the publicExpired
Throughout September, 100+ buildings in Wales, which usually charge to enter or are normally closed, are open to the public for free. This is part of the Welsh government's historic environment service's (Cadw) annual Open Doors event.
The opening dates and times will vary between venues and some will require you to book - here's all the info for each event. There were originally 300+ venue's participating, but the free entry dates at some venues have expired.
Important. There are 23 sites you will need to print or show on your smartphone a voucher to get in on the last weekend (Sat 27-Sun 28 Sep). You will find a list of these properties on this voucher registration link. Max four vouchers per person.
Here are some examples:
Buildings that usually charge
BBC Broadcasting House, Cardiff (usually £8.50)
Denbigh Castle, Denbigh (usually £3.50)
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Holywell (usually £5.50)
Buidlings usually closed to the public
South Wales Police Museum, Bridgend
Eglwys Unedig, Penmachno
Howells School, Llandaff