With over 150 acres of woodland walks with spectacular views of surrounding countryside, Coed Craig Ruperra offers a lovely opportunity to walk through a natural woodland now interpreted by many colourful panels.
Butetown, this model village was one man's dream of quality workers housing at a time when other ironmasters were debating whether or not the lower classes could even use a toilet. Nestled at the top of the Rhymney Valley, it is an architectural gem.
A beautiful historic religious place of worship, Groeswen Chapel is set on the slopes of Mynydd Meio, overlooking Caerphilly. The Chapel is a grade 2* listed building of National interest, with a graveyard, which contains the remains of Wales most notable preachers, musicians and literary figures, earning the Chapel the title of 'Westminster Abbey of Wales'.
Unearthing a sleeping giant
Dominating an impressive 30 acre site, Caerphilly Castle is Wales' largest and Britain's second largest castle behind Windsor.
Ruperra Castle was built in 1626 by Sir Thomas Morgan of Machen. The castle is an unique example of a Jacobean Chivalric castle.
A great place to walk and cycle with over 1000 acres of woodland and meadows to discover. Enjoy rambles alongside Sirhowy River, or climb to Graig Goch Woods and get great views of the surrounding countryside.
Sirhowy Valley Country Park
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Commemorating the fallen of the 152 mining disasters that have occurred across Wales, the National Mining Memorial was unveiled on the centenary of the Universal Collier Disaster in Senghenydd on the 14th October 2013.
Community Museum dedicated to the heritage and history of the village, its people and its mining history