Harlech Castle’s original historic entrance accessible for first time in over 600 years

    The new bridge being installed at Harlech Castle. © 2014 Eye Imagery
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    A £6m project sees a new bridge installed at Harlech Castle allowing visitors to enter the site through the original historic entrance for the first time in over 600 years.

    The new ‘floating’ bridge creates a link from the terrace area directly into Harlech Castle gatehouse at the World Heritage Site in Wales. Ken Skates, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, says: “The key purpose of this project has been to deliver the Welsh Government’s vision of presenting the castle and its history in a way that does justice to its status as a World Heritage Site,”

    Watch the time-lapse footage of the bridge being installed.

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