The Castle and town walls are a massive feature of Conwy that are worth exploring during your stay. It stands bold on the landscape with an impressive state of preservation and has been part of the Castles and Town Walls of Edward 1 World Heritage Site since 1986. It dates back to 1277 and was built by Master James of St George. It was estimated to have cost £15,000 to build, which was a sizable sum back then.
The video below will give you a good idea of its scale.
Adding to the impressiveness of this castle is the fact that the town walls are also intact and accessible on foot. Built between 1283 and 1289 the ancient wall circles a vibrant array of shops, places to eat and number of traditional pubs. As well as seaside seagulls, the walls are home to Jackdaws, which is also the nickname given to people who were born within the walls.
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