Caerleon attractions

Caerleon attractions

Caerleon - South WalesCaerleon lies in Gwent, a preserved county in southeast Wales consisting of City of Newport, Blaenau Gwent county borough, Torfaen county borough, Caerphilly county borough and Monmouthshire. The region has numerous attractions including the many stone castles built and fortified by the Normans, Offa's Dyke and the Black Mountains where tiny villages and churches are set in a rolling green landscape of picturesque hills and valleys.

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Attractions National Roman Legion Museum, High Street, Caerleon, Newport, NP18 1AE. Tel: 01633 423 134. Almost 2,000 years ago, the Roman Empire dominated the civilised world. A fortress was founded at Caerleon that would guard this part of Wales, for over 200 years. The Museum displays a remarkable collection of finds Roman times. Location: In the centre of Caerleon.

National Roman Legion Museum

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Attractions Newport Castle. Newport Castle, standing on the banks of the River Usk, was built in the early 14th, and all that remain are substantial ruins in the centre of Newport. The site is owned by Cadw and is freely accessible in daylight hours. Nearby car parks. About 2 miles south of Caerleon.

Newport Castle

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Attractions Streets, The Old Chapel, Alexandra Rd, Pill, Newport. Tel: 01633 244893. Streets is a resource for education and learning, situated in the dockland area of Newport. The Way in which we used to live. Local History. The War Years; (The Home Front, The Coming of War, The Wartime House, The Wartime Family, Air Raids, Evacuation, Empathy). The Victorians. Cafe Bar & Restaurant. www.streets-newport.com. About 2 miles south of Caerleon.
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Attractions Fourteen Locks Canal Centre, High Cross, Newport, South Wales. NP10 9GN. Tel: 01633 894 802. Situated alongside the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Outside the Visitor Centre, the flight of locks rises 160 feet in just half a mile. The Visitor Centre is open Easter to late September, closed Tuesday & Wednesday. Free admission. About 4 miles west of Caerleon.
Fourteen Locks Canal Centre

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