WALES’ heritage attractions, parks and gardens have been closed since November 2020, but Cadw have now revealed plans to re-open some of their most popular spaces.

The news follows the Welsh Government's announcement that outdoor areas of some historic sites, parks and gardens are now able to welcome back visitors from Saturday, March 27.

Cadw has revealed a three phase plan for the re-opening of some of the heritage sites in its care, including many of the country’s most iconic medieval castles, abbeys and prehistoric burial chambers.

Tintern Abbey and Chepstow and Raglan Castles will re-open outdoor areas to Wales residents from Tuesday, April 6.

In line with Welsh Government guidance, all indoor areas at re-opening Cadw sites will remain closed until further notice.

Cadw recommends that visitors check its website to find out whether or not a particular site is open before travelling.

The website will also provide further detail on ticket bookings and the re-opening plans for Cadw’s sites.