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Legends of Agincourt Group Itinerary


King Henry V is most famously known for his victory over much larger French forces at Agincourt, a battle immortalised by William Shakespeare. The 'Legends of Agincourt’ tours cater for historical societies, the education market, or groups with a casual interest.

Explore the landscape into which Henry V was born, where he tested his military tactics, and from where he drew vital support for his campaign in France. Discover how that loyalty was rewarded, as Welsh nobles grew in wealth and status, as we move towards the birth of the Tudor dynasty.

Travelling independently? Follow the Agincourt Wales Trail.

Agincourt Wales Trail

Group Travel

Book a guided Agincourt Tour

Join a registered Wales Tour Guide for a special themed Agincourt Tour. On this tour we trace some evidence of who went to France from Monmouthshire and the legacy it left on the county. The places that we visit are beautiful and interesting in themselves, Tretower Court and Raglan Castle but we link them together to paint a picture of 1415 - but also a much more modern war -the Zulu wars which is also famous for its "band of brothers" at Rorke's Drift. We dive into the Military Museum at Brecon and Brecon Cathedral to be reminded of their sacrifice.



Set off on a Track Through Time

Choose accommodation with links to Agincourt

St Pierre

Marriott St Pierre

St Pierre was owned by Sir David ap Philip, who served under King Henry V in France.

During the Battle of Agincourt, the King kept the crown jewels in a tower at St Pierre.

Llansantffraed Court

Llansantffraed Court Hotel

In 1400 Sir Thomas ap Gwyllym and his wife Maud inherited Llansantffraed Court. Their son was William ap Thomas, the ‘Blue Knight of Gwent’, who fought in France with Henry V at Agincourt. He was knighted by Henry VI. Thomas is buried in the church on site at Llansantffraed.

St Briavels Castle YHA

St. Briavels
The Forest of Dean was a well-known place from which to recruit Freeminers, who were a key component in Henry V’s forces, using their underground expertise to weaken and undermine enemy fortifications. The men who travelled to France were drawn from across the administrative area known as the St Briavels Hundred.

Accommodation Map

Visit attractions which tell the stories of the Welsh Archers who fought at Agincourt

Bring the stories of Agincourt Legends to life with character interpreters

Agincourt Interpreters


Costumed characters that can be hired to appear at venues along the ‘Legends of Agincourt’ Trail, to bring the Mediaeval period to life

Tony Thomas – Character Interpreter & Wales Official Tourist Guide

Telephone – 01443 690457
Mobile – 07968 615437
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Paul Watkins – Character Interpreter & Mediaeval Historian

Mobile – 07974 410713
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