There are always plenty of places to visit in Caerphilly county borough at any time of the year. There is something for everyone, whether you live in the area or are just visiting, you'll never be bored as there is so much to see and do.
|Blackwood Miners Institute|
Blackwood Miners' Institute is recognised as a Regional Performing Arts Centre by the Arts Council of Wales. There is something for everyone at Blackwood Miners including drama, music, comedy, dance, opera and light entertainment.
Proudly standing on a 30-acre site, Caerphilly Castle is one of the largest fortresses in Europe. Boasting a tower which 'out leans' that of Pisa, the castle also receives visits from the infamous ghost of the Green Lady.
Cwmcarn Forest is a 7-mile scenic route through the rolling hills and green mountains of one the country's largest urban forests. Combined with a three star campsite nestling along the banks of the Nantcarn stream, the Forest Drive is the perfect location for pleasure, leisure and holiday trips.
Built in 1530, Llancaiach Fawr Manor was built in the early is one of the finest examples of a semi-fortified manor house in Wales today. Visitors are invited to step back in time and sample the sights, sounds and smells of 1645.
|The Winding House|
This striking new building is the museum of Caerphilly county borough. The museum houses a range of attractions and exhibitions, with the centrepiece being a magnificent grade 2* listed winding engine that was used to transport the miners up and down the lift shafts.
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In the heart of South Wales, just a few miles from Cardiff in the south and the Brecon Beacons in the north, a warm Welsh welcome awaits visitors to Caerphilly county borough.