We welcome assistance dogs at all our sites.
Dogs on leads are also welcome at the following monuments:
South West and West Wales
Carreg Cennen Castle, Carreg Coetan Arthur Burial Chamber, Cilgerran Castle, Kidwelly Castle, Lamphey Bishop's Palace, Llansteffan Castle, Llawhaden Castle, Loughor Castle, Neath Abbey, Oxwich Castle, Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, St Dogmael's Abbey, St Davids Bishop's Palace, Talley Abbey, Weobley Castle, Wiston Castle.
South East Wales
Blaenavon Ironworks, Bulwarks Camp Chepstow, Caerleon Amphitheatre and Barracks, Caerphilly Castle, Caerwent Roman Town, Chepstow Castle, Coity Castle, Grosmont Castle, Hen Gwrt moated site, New Castle, Ogmore Castle, Raglan Castle, Skenfrith Castle, St Quentin's Castle, Tintern Abbey, White Castle.
Bronllys Castle, Bryntail Lead Mine Buildings, Dolforwyn Castle, Strata Florida Abbey.
North West Wales
Cae'r Gors, Caer Gybi Roman Fort, Caer Leb, Castell y Bere, Criccieth Castle, Cymer Abbey, Dolbadarn Castle, Holyhead Mountain Hut Circles, Penarth Fawr Medieval House, Penmon Priory and Dovecote, Penrhos Feliw Standing Stones, Pont Minllyn, Segontium Roman Fort, St Cybi's Well, St Seiriol's Well, Trefignath Burial Chamber, Valle Crucis Abbey.
North East Wales
Basingwerk Abbey, Denbigh Castle, Derwen Churchyard Cross, Ewloe Castle, Flint Castle, Rhuddlan Castle.
- Your dog must be kept on a lead and under control in public areas at all times.
- All dogs are required by law to wear a collar and tag bearing the name and address of the owner. If you are on holiday, it is a good idea to have a temporary tag with your holiday address or mobile telephone number.
- No fouling is allowed at any site. Poop bags should be disposed of in a responsible manner away from the monument.
- Please be sensitive to the effect of your dog on others, especially children.
There may be certain areas of the monument where dogs are not allowed for health and safety reasons.