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All reviews nooks and crannies well worth a visit within the walls outer walls short film wall walks guide book information boards public toilets walk around few hours north wales entrance fee great place to visit couple of hours sunny day stunning views
A great place to visit and take the children. There were 4 of us visiting the castle plus one dog. The castle allows dogs in but only at ground level and when you see the steps up to the top you realise why. So we...More
Beaumaris is a gem of a medieval castle & its story is fascinating: well worth visiting. The staff were pleasant too. Much of it is not for those with mobility issues & if you visit as I did after heavy rain, is potentially treacherous. The...More
Up there with Conwy, Harlech, Cearnarfon. Adults may appreciate the design. There are towers and passageways for kids to explore. When we went there was a very good medieval event on. One of the best we've seen run by Cadw/ English Heritage.
It is a very historical place with sweet character.It was left mossy but to be fair it might have been done to leave it as original as possible.There was a good short show which explained the castle very well but overall it was decent.I can't...More
we visited at the bank holiday Sunday they had a bouncy castle in the grounds and all families where roaming round letting the kids run free and where all safe . There is a moat around castle the kids loved , great day out and...More
The castle entrance fee is a little expensive for a Castle that was never finished being built but there is a wealth of information around the ruins and there was also a display of weaving and coin making.
Not one of the best castles in the area to visit, I was expecting more... The castle itself from the outside is very beautiful and imposing but inside was a disappointment. When going in Nooks and crannys exploring to be met with maintainence materials and...More