Carreg Cennen Castle
Explore the ruined 13th century castle, with pits and drawbridges. Don't miss the prehistoric cave dwelling and vaulted passageway.
Visit the Castle & Farm website
What makes it special
- Explore the natural cave under the castle
Daily (except Christmas Day - 09:30 to 18:00 (only to 16:30 Nov - March)
(Students, Armed forces, Veterans)
Family Ticket: £16.00
(2 Parents/Grandparents & up to 3 Children)
Other things to do nearby
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