Friday 27 August 2010, 13:57
If you're looking for things to do this bank holiday weekend, why not visit one of Wales' many castles - there are over 600 of them!
Caerphilly Castle. Photograph by Sam Pritchard.
From the sprawling, medieval Caerphilly Castle with its famous leaning tower to the impressive 15th century Raglan Castle, the boyhood home of Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII, there are lots of fascinating places to visit.
Don't forget, if you're near Pembroke this weekend, Phil Carradice has written a great family walk around the town of Pembroke which traces the Norman sites that can still be found in the town.
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