The Best Landmark in Bridgend

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Bridgend, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Merthyrmawr Road, Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend CF32 0DT

Since 1320

Landmark, Historical Places, Castle, Oldest Place, Tourist Attraction, Wildfowl, Butterflies, Moths, Autumn Gentian, Violets and Orchids, Woodland, Farm Land & Sand Dunes

is a 14th-century fortified manor house in ruins since the 19th century - It comprises a D-shaped courtyard about 30m across with a very ruined wall 1.1m thick rising 2m to the wall walk from the inside but rather more above the ground outside

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As amazing, as many other castles of Wales. Visiting is a must for any history and architecture interested. Come alone or family, there I plenty to discover, nice walks around the nature and woodlands, dunes. Carparking, unfortunately, is not free.... Would recommended, at any time!
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Coity, Bridgend CF35 6BG

Since 1126

Castle, Landmarks, Historical Places, Tourist Attraction, Historic Sites, Garden, Picnic Area & Tower

Free Admission: Senior citizens, students and children under 16, Adult, Family, Disabled and companion - It is a Grade I listed building - The castle began as a late 11th-century ringwork

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Coity Castle is in the heart of Coity Village. A ruined castle, with a grass moat, in well maintained grounds. It is very picturesque and popular for wedding photographs. It hosts 'Choirs in the Castle' Jam in the Castle' - a one day festival, 'Fireworks in the Castle' and a number of other things. The events raise money for the village and for Charities. On non-event days the Castle is free to visit and you can roam over the whole site, exercising your own discretion over where to go.

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Wyndham Street, Bridgend CF31 1EF

Since 1907

Performing Art Theater, Events, Shows, Historical Place, Artist Events, Arts Residencies, Children Activity, Children's Theatre, Christmas, Comedy, Concert, Craft Market, Dance, Drama, Event, Exhibition, Fundraiser, Historical and Cultural, Language Class, Literature, Live Music, Parade, Theatre & Workshops

This will include a program of professional art and cultural events as well as community activities that encourage local people to get involved in the arts in all its different aspects

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

Even when it was a library, I loved this place, full of atmosphere and full of beautiful features. Now it's an arts venue and a real jewel in the crown of Bridgend. What I love about it is that everything here revolves around the people - art exhibitions with a 'town' slant, classes for the community, poetry nights when the place transforms into a lovely cabaret-type stage (bring your own bottle is a big, big plus). They have plays here, intimate music nights. We should treasure it and use it.

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