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Barry Castle once a fortified Manor House
Take a ride on a heritage locomotive and learn about the history of the railways in Barry and beyond. Trains run on scheduled dates.
An independent museum run primarily by the Barry at War History Group. The Museum is open Wednesday 2pm - 4pm and the second Sunday of the month (11am - 4pm).
A walking trail to view sites of particular interest in the historic town of Llantwit Major that have been marked with Blue Plaques.
Step back in time and experience the Medieval Village, a superbly reconstructed 14th century village: a unique heritage attraction in Wales.
Discover Cowbridge by following the Blue Plaque Trail
An interesting local history museum in Cowbridge. Open on selected days.
Digital Vale - Bringing the Vale to life through digital technology
Managed by the National Trust, explore 55 acres of magnificent Edwardian garden design overlooked by a large mansion.
Built in the 12th Century, one of the few medieval castles still lived in as a home.
Edward Williams (1747-1826), better known by his bardic name Iolo Morganwg, was undoubtedly one of Wales's most colourful and intriguing sons.
Situated on the magnificent Glamorgan Heritage Coast, visit the only working lighthouse which is open to visitors on certain dates.
Nells Point Coastwatch station is the first NCI station established on the Welsh coast and is on the site of a derelict coast guard station.
Substantial remains of a Norman stone-built castle which stands alongside the River Ogmore.
A ruined medieval fortified manor house dating back to 1300, located in the community of Llanfair.
Magnificently restored Art Deco pavilion on Penarth Pier overlooking the Severn Estuary.
South Wales Aviation Museum
Remains of St Baruc's Chapel, Barry Island
The Church of St. Cadoc at Llancarfan is the focus of this small and charming village in the heart of Vale of Glamorgan. Wall paintings from the 15th Century have recently been discovered.
Come take a sneak peak at this remarkable 12th century Castle, once the home of newspaper magnate, William Randolph Hearst.
The imposing church of St Illtud's built in 500 AD believed to be Britain's oldest seat of learning. Galilee Chapel houses the most important collection of Celtic Christian crosses in the UK.
Built around 4,000 BC, the single stone chamber is all that remains of a once much larger burial monument.
14th century remains of a large courtyard castle, including a massive twin-towered gatehouse.
A Neolithic burial chamber in St Nicholas. Its capstone weighs almost 36 tonnes.