Travel to Beaumaris Castle by train
Nearest Station: Bangor
2min walk to bus stop > 28min bus ride from station > 1min walk to site - view map
Beaumaris on the island of Anglesey is famous as the greatest castle never fully built. It was the last of the royal strongholds created by Edward I in Wales and was intended to be the "castle to end all castles".
This castle is a little further away from a train station than some of the others we have listed, however a short bus ride from Bangor station will allow you to see this unfinished masterpiece for yourself.
We've teamed up with Cadw to offer our rail users 2 for 1 entry to their historic sites.
With a valid same-day rail ticket, you and a plus one will get 2 entry tickets for the price of 1*, so why not plan a trip to Beaumaris Castle and take the train to Bangor to get there? Enjoy the views from the train on the journey and be rewarded with 2 tickets for the price of 1.
*Terms and Conditions apply.
- See the T&Cs:
- You’ll need to show your Transport for Wales train ticket, valid for a journey taking place on the same day that you visit the Cadw attraction. The 2-for-1 offer is available at Cadw sites where you pay for entry, and you’ll need to redeem it on the same day that you purchase your entry ticket. Your TfW ticket must be valid to the nearest station which serves the attraction you're choosing to visit.
- Please note that this offer will end on 31 May 2024.
- You can view further information on the terms and conditions on the Cadw website.