Opening doors at Caernarfon Castle

Caernarfon Castle is a medieval fortress built by Edward I in the C14th

It was the administrative centre for North Wales and was built on a grand scale drawing from Roman influences.

Beneath the murder holes and arrow slits, and under the watchful gaze of the cannon- Grosvenor’s team of specialists are busy at work enabling services to be installed prior to the scheme glass installation for public access.

Archaeologists have taken Watch and are busy taking advantage of the rare opportunity that has been presented with the opening up of the floor surfaces beneath the main entrance to the castle.