Abergavenny Castle

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Abergavenny and Chepstow Museums are now closed for the winter. We will reopen on Saturday 19th February 2022. This is a planned period of closure to enable us to work on our collections, carry out staff training and refresh our exhibitions and shops. We look forward to seeing you again soon. Please note the grounds of Abergavenny Castle will remain open - 11am – 4pm (Closed 23rd December to 4th January inclusive) and Monmouth Museum remains closed as we continue with our move to Shire Hall.

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During the open season Abergavenny Castle is open every day 11 - 4 except Wednesdays. The grounds of Abergavenny Castle are open every day 11am - 4pm.

The displays tell the story of this historic market town from prehistory through to the present day. The displays are on several levels, with some help most areas are accessible to wheelchair users.

Our features include:

Regular programme of changing exhibitions
Family activities, including 'Castle Explorers' Backpacks, to help you discover more about the castle.
Workshops and events - please check our events page or contact us to find out about any forthcoming events.

Small gift shop to enable you to purchase a souvenir of your visit.
Cost: Free admission for all (charges apply at some special events).


Abergavenny Museum where you can enjoy a picnic during the summer & a brisk walk on colder days.

Abergavenny Castle Dark Sky Discovery Site

Discover Dark Skies on your doorstep at Abergavenny Castle and Meadows Dark Sky Discovery Site, with events, opportunities for stargazing and guides to the night sky all year round.

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Guide Prices

Charges apply at some special events.

Facilities

Groups

  • Facilities for educational visits

Target Markets

  • Accepts groups
  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the north take the M5 to Gloucester, the M50 to Ross on Wye and then follow the signs to Monmouth and the A449/A40 to Abergavenny. From the south take the M4 to J24; follow the A449/A40 north and the A40

The nearest railway station is Abergavenny, which is 1 mile away.

Abergavenny Museum and Castle

Type:Museum

Abergavenny Museum and Castle, Castle Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 5EE

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