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The castle ruins and museum are both free of charge and open most days (including Sunday).
Several large chunks of wall are still extant from the castle, and there are information boards around the site to provide more information.
The museum has a few Roman...More
Very interesting to visit. Good detail on its history and the town. In the museum they have an interesting exhibition by a local artist whose paintings reflect "adult fairy tales" written by Ben Okri Would recommend it.
Small museums are often the best - and this is no exception. Spent half an hour here - interesting local exhibits plus a current exhibition of world war propaganda drawings - very interesting. Free of charge too, in the castle grounds - which are also...More
It was easy to find parking close by and was free entry. There was a great display of knitting on the trees in the castle grounds. The museum was the highlight with a special exhibition of posters from the First World War but also local...More
We spent a fabulous few hours here exploring the grounds and castle on a gloriously sunny day ! It’s a wonderful place to take children ! Grounds are lovely lots of places to sit and enjoy ! I loved the willow tunnels too ! Worth...More
Our first time to Abergavenny,
The parking is close by the castle ruins are interesting with lovely views but we found the museum more so with very helpful assistance on some of the artefacts religious aspects of the area.