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All reviews guided tour house tour air raid military museum bomb shelter premium tour clock tower world war steep steps bute family entrance fee interesting history couple of hours the heart of the city few hours walk around sunny day
Loved visiting this castle. It was my first ever visit to Wales, and we decided to visit Cardiff Castle which I really enjoyed. Spent a good 2-3 hours in the castle / grounds and got some fantastic photos. Very easily located right in the centre...More
It is a good small castle to visit if you are staying in Cardiff and have never been. The entry fee lets you access the castle, some rooms in the house and the war tunnels. It was nice to see the Remembrance Day exhibits, very...More
After having already been to Castle Coch and Castle Caerphilly in the morning I decided to finish the day with a visit to Cardiff Castle. The castle is an imposing and impressive structure with high thick walls embellished with interesting animal statues. The apartments were...More
The castle has a lot of historical information available, from its creation to the war. We learned a lot, got lots of great pics and will likely take other visitors there. There are some parts that are a bit hard to walk on, which is...More
Arrived as ceremony taking place to mark armistice day, stayed to observe before entering the castle. I had limited time so chose to see the "free" parts only. Very impressive, had a light lunch in the cafe and staff really helpful and friendly. Had jacket...More
We opted for the audio hand set so we could see things at our own pace. Very interesting and impressive castle. Didn't realise it was used so much during the war, for air raid shelters etc. Impressive old posters on the walls from the war...More
Yes there are quite a few steps particularly up to the Keep but there are also some accessible parts of the Castle. I'd advise you to ring them and explain your friend's disability so they can advise which parts you would... More
Yes there are quite a few steps particularly up to the Keep but there are also some accessible parts of the Castle. I'd advise you to ring them and explain your friend's disability so they can advise which parts you would be able to access.