We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The fortress sprawls over a huge area making it the largest castle in Wales. Like the famous cheese, the castle has long been synonymous with Caerphilly. It dominates. Hogs the limelight. Think slumbering giant awaiting a call to arms. It's also a...more
All reviews leaning tower the dragon siege engines well worth a visit big cheese festival audio guide information boards interactive displays free entry town centre egg cheese walk around entrance fee gift shop sunny day couple of hours across the road
Went during a Christmas festival whereupon the Castle was advertised as being opened longer in accordance with the festival. I arrived, went to purchase a ticket and was told the castle would be closing in 30minutes. I kindly pointed out all the advertising citing otherwise....More
Having moved to this town and a pleasant walk from my house to this castle over looking the town . It’s very interesting inside and a fair few small narrow steps and climbing to upper levels,so some people will be unable to access all areas....More
We visited here to show our daughter's fiance, from Australia, some of our history, as he's keen on seeing old buildings. This visit turned out to be a very good day out for all four of us. The castle is extensive and surrounded by water,...More
Asked my 9 year old if wanted to go to wales and see a castle, said yes so we decided on Caerphilly.On arrival was worried about parking but there was a pay and display outside with good signage.Cheapest car park I’ve seen for these kind...More
Arrived to find the maze was shut which was very disappointing and didnt get told untill after i had paid the pricey entrance fee for myself and my daughter
Good history and amazing views
Have also attended wedding here
Toilets could be abit cleaner
It a beautiful castle that is steeped in history. The outside looks amazing especial the leaning tower and to see families feeding the wild life in the moat. Took nearly half an hour to walk from the car park to the main entrance. However that...More
wonderful few hours out... plenty to walk around and take in and i LOVE the dragons!!!
not my first time visiting.... came as a young kid years ago and now return nearing my 30s with the boyfriend as a birthday present :) still as fascinated...More
Be prepared for uneven paths inside the castle, maybe a few dragons too. The leaning tower had a wooden knight valiantly propping up the lower part and the ice rink inside a marquee brought a lot of music and excitement. There are quite a lot...More