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Conwy Castle

Built by King Edward I between 1283 and 1287. This is a fine example of medieval Architecture. The castle stands at the gateway to Conwy town with it walls extending around the town. You can walk around the walls for free whilst there is a charge for the castle. Older children will love climbing the towers younger ones will need to take care as is steep steps places. Another popular place for school Groups with free admission during term time.

Conwy Falls Woodland Walk

Set in 9 and a half acres of ancient woodland leading down to the Conwy Falls (or Rhaeadr y Graig Lwyd in Welsh) this site is an S.S.S.I. for mosses and lichens. Many found in only two or three other places. There are also four different types of woodland contained in this area home to about 32 different species of birds, polecats and various creepy creatures.

Denbigh Castle, Denbigh

Begun by Henry de Lacy in 1282, with the support of King Edward I, the site is dominated by an impressive triple-towered gatehouse, the link between defended town and castle ward.



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