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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Colourful gift for gardens - Merci beaucoup!Brioude Gardens will have a splash of colour this summer thanks to a £100 donation from the Aberteifi Brioude Twinning Committee. The gardens, just outside Cardigan Castle, are owned by the county council but maintained by the castle’s gardening team. Twinning chairman Cllr Catrin Miles is pictured with one of the castle garden team …
David Davies Painting at Cardigan Castle. Welcome home to David Davies - 1830’s portrait returns to Castle GreenA portrait of David Davies - who owned Castle Green House in the 1830s - has returned home. The portrait by Hugh Hughes was painted around 1832-36 and hung in the house until the Davies family sold the property in 1840. It remained in the family's possession and was found …
A collection of people unveiling the Restoration of the year Banner at Cardigan Castle. Castle wins Channel 4 Restoration of the Year - A project to “lift the spirits”Cardigan Castle has won Channel 4’s Great British Buildings Restoration of the Year beating off competition from all over the UK. The castle – which won the Georgian category in episode one – took the crowning accolade in the final episode screened last Thursday evening. Judges from the Royal Institute …
Inside the shop, with the new Cardigan Castle Books being shown. New souvenir book on sale - Bilingual booklet for castle visitorsVisitors to the castle can now buy a glossy bilingual souvenir booklet. The booklet, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, looks at the history and stories of the castle. On sale now for £6.50!

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