Mar-Oct: 9.30am-5pm (Jul-Aug 6pm); Nov-Feb 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm - last admission 30min before closing - closed 1 Jan and 24-26 Dec
The castle is one of the fortress towns built by Edward I in Wales. Although never finished, it is the finest example of a concentric castle. It is surrounded by a moat and has a fortified dock, with moorings for ships of up to 40 tons. The Great Hall, impressive enough as it stands, would have risen to twice its present height.
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