The Festival of Archaeology – Heritage Arts and Crafts taking place at Beaumaris Castle, Anglesey this July 22nd. Bring along your family and friends for what will be a day of fun, activity, and education.
Learn all about your heritage and try your hand at an ancient craft, or learn from history experts. All activities are free of charge and there is a free admissions for local residents, however normal admissions charges apply for visitors from further afield.
Beaumaris Castle, Anglesey itself was the last and largest of the castle to be built by Edward I in Wales, raised upon an entirely new site. It is considered as possibly one of the most sophisticated examples of medieval military architecture in Britain.
Built with almost complete geometric symmetry, the castle is considered as beautiful piece of architecture, along with having high historical values to all that visit. Those that have had the pleasure of visiting will know that the spectacular scenery of the North Wales coast, woodlands and Snowdonia National Park can all be enjoyed both in and outside of the castle, making it a remarkable tourist spot.
The event ensures that absolutely everyone has a wonderful day, with dress ups, competitions, stories, crafts and tours all set to give you the perfect summer day out this July 22nd 2013.