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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
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We came to the castle to see a rock concert. Having been to here during normal hours we were intrigued to see how the event was organised.
The whole event was great. Easy to get around the food and bar area were accessible and away...More
Fantastic night , thunder never thought of castle as a music venue wow brilliant sound well organised the view is mega as it's raised so for short people guaranteed a good view and space so no one is on your toes etc , got to...More
Went to a fantastic concert in the Castle last night to see Sonic Boom 6, The Selecter and The Beat. What a venue. Really intimate setting and atmosphere was brilliant. Weather was really lovely and crowd was bouncing.
Really well organised too from ticket inspection...More
Arguably one of the best castles in the country. In a time of war this castle would have been formidable and must have been a real sight to behold. Even now it is amazing and we can only imagine what it looked like in its...More
Fabulous visit full of history and interest. Very accessible on mobility scooter except for towers and castle battlements. Excellent photo opportunities. Warm friendly welcome. A must if visiting South Wales.
I live very close to this castle and visit often it's a fantastic day out and so much to see love all the history of this castle only down fall is that they don't have a cafe or tea room so I would definitely take...More
The castle is worth visiting. It's the second biggest castle in Britain. Was buit in the 13th century. Walking across all the survived amenities usually take a good twoo hours or more. Video room on the left of the entrance or interactive table on the...More
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The most convenient parking is across the street from the castle, directly behind the visitor centre. (It's just past Barclays Bank as you're heading down Castle Street. I'm unsure of the cost.) There is also parking by... More
The most convenient parking is across the street from the castle, directly behind the visitor centre. (It's just past Barclays Bank as you're heading down Castle Street. I'm unsure of the cost.) There is also parking by Morrisons (and other assorted shops) by the behind the mall which is also opposite the castle and is free.