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* Oystermouth Castle is now closed for the winter and will re-open in the spring * Oystermouth Castle sits majestically on the hill in Mumbles with stunning views overlooking Swansea Bay. Come and explore parts of the castle that have been hidden...more
Castle Avenue off Newton Road | Mumbles, Swansea SA3 4BA, Wales
All reviews swansea bay glass walkway mumbles area worth a visit interesting history steep hill information boards entrance fee walk around couple of hours sea front stunning views battlements shakespeare ruin picnic dungeon
Visited Oystermouth castle on a halloween event. Paid £6 for pre booked ticket. I dont want to give too much away but there were live actors etc, say no more. Highly recommend if you like being scared and want a good scream. We also got...More
While in the Mumbles area , we came across Oystermouth castle . Did not realise it was not a intact castle but a shell . Still very interesting and gave us a few hours slowly walking around . There is no designated parking that we...More
We left Swansea city and drove to Oystermouth Castle as this was in the to do list. Much better and organised than the downtown Swansea Castle ruins. We did pay for the entrance fee which was about GBP10 for 3 adults and were given a...More
We arrived in Mumbles on the Fri of the Aug Bank Hol weekend, knowing the weather wasn't going to be great, so I'd planned on visiting the castle if we needed somewhere to keep our young daughters entertained for a couple of hours. The castle...More
Affordable castle to visit. Mostly a ruin that you can walk and also go to upper floors to see. A nice mini room and signs to teach you the history. Great views for artists and photos.
Some steps are narrow so be careful if you’ll...More
Access to the castle is via a made pathway that is rather steep just before you reach the entrance but there are no steps. However once you reach the entrance the is a short rather steep section to enter the castle and then... More
Access to the castle is via a made pathway that is rather steep just before you reach the entrance but there are no steps. However once you reach the entrance the is a short rather steep section to enter the castle and then unfortunately any further access would be problematic for a wheelchair user or pram/stroller as there are various areas of steps to negotiate, depending on which area of the castle you wished to see. So unfortunatelynot really that wheelchair user friendly.