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Geoffrey of Monmouth was born in the Norman Welsh Marches towards the end of the 11th century. A Benedictine monk, he was a master storyteller who shaped the medieval idea of British history - including the tales of King Arthur!

Come to Chepstow Castle to hear more of Geoffrey’s History of the Kings of Britain, plus sweet medieval music from Trouvere.

Performances throughout the day.

Normal entry fees apply. You do not need to book tickets for this event.

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Chepstow CastleChepstow Castle (Cadw), ChepstowChepstow Castle is a must-visit as the oldest post-Roman stone castle in the UK (with the oldest castle doors in Europe!). It is a beautifully preserved masterpiece of medieval engineering, perched high above the Wye Valley like a history lesson in stone.

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  • Disabled access

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  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Road Directions

M4 Eastbound Junction 23 or Westbound Junction 21 and take the M48; at Junction 2 take the A466 & A48 for Chepstow. Accessible by Public Transport: Chepstow station is 1 mile away.

Tales and Music with Geoffrey of Monmouth

Type:Historical Event

Chepstow Castle, Town Centre, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5EY
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