Cardigan Castle

Cardigan Castle - Built for a prince, saved for the people.

Don't be fooled by these mighty Medieval walls. Inside, you'll unlock 900 years of history.

Discover our medieval origins, admire our Georgian Architecture and learn about the first ever Eisteddfod - all while enjoying our stunning surroundings.

Winner of Channel 4's Great British Buildings Restoration of the Year

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Summer of harp at the castle - Cardigan Castle is alive to the sound of harp music this summer. The castle is playing host to over 50 members of the American Youth Harp Ensemble who will be part of the Claire Jones International Harp School next month. From August 8 to 13 the castle site will be home to scores of harpists …
Davies family descendant returns to Castle Green - The descendant of one of the most eminent owners of Castle Green House made a visit to Cardigan Castle. For nearly a century during the Victorian period, the Davies family owned Cardigan Castle, with Castle Green House being the commercial and social lynchpin for the town. Patriarch David Davies was a high sheriff of Cardiganshire …
Memories of the ‘Dusty Eisteddfod’ - What are your memories of the 1976 Cardigan Eisteddfod? The long hot summer was the last time the eisteddfod returned home to its birthplace and the dry conditions led to it being dubbed the ‘Dusty Eisteddfod’. Cardigan Castle are looking to record memories of that day for a special exhibition in readiness for the eisteddfod’s …
The river and Cardigan Castle on a sunny day. Castle in restoration roadshow - Cardigan Castle is being held up as a leading light in the restoration world by taking part in a special roadshow in north Wales later this month. Heritage experts from the UK's leading regeneration charity, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust (PRT), have announced the very last Welsh date for the BRICK regeneration roadshow. A team of …

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