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 Glen Trothy Caravan & Camping Park, Mitchel Troy, Monmouth NP25 4BD

Monmouth Heritage Trail

The Monmouth heritage trail encompasses 24 historic and interesting buildings in the town of Monmouth.  Each of these buildings has a ceramic blue plaque affixed to it.

The trail includes a number of Grade I, Grade II and Grade III listed buildings.

  • Drybridge House – a large 17th century Grade II listed building.
  • St Thomas the Martyr Church – 12th century, Grade II listed church located beside the medieval Monnow Bridge
  • Monnow Bridge – Grade 1 listed structure.  The only remaining medieval fortified river bridge in Great Britain.
  • Robin Hood Inn – Grade II listed public house dating to late mediaeval period.
  • Roman Fort – Blestium was a small fort and iron working centre.
  • Kings Head Hotel – Grade II listed building dating from 17th century.
  • Shire Hall – Grade 1 listed building dating from 1724.
  • Great Castle House – Grade 1 listed building
  • Market Hall – Grade II listed, early Victorian building.  Now the home of the Monmouth museum.
  • Monmouth Priory – Grade II listed building dating back to medieval period.
  • St Mary’s Priory Church – Grade II listed building.  Anglican church founded as a Benedictine priory in 1075.  Current building dates from 18th and 19th centuries.
  • Monmouth County Gaol.  Grade II listed building opened in 1790.
  • Rolls Hall – Grade II listed Victorian era hall.
  • Judges lodgings – Grade II listed building dating from 18th century.
  • The Dispensary – Georgian town house typical of many found in Monmouth.
  • Monmouth Methodist Church – Grade II listed building dating from 1837.
  • St Mary’s Roman Catholic church – Grade II listed church.  The earliest post-reformation Catholic public place of worship to be permitted in Wales.
  • Angel Hotel – Grade II listed public house. In continuous use from 1700 to 1985.
  • Savoy Theatre – Grade II listed building. Reputedly the oldest working theatre site in Wales.
  • The White Swan Inn – Grade II listed former coaching inn.
  • Agincourt House – Grade II listed early seventeenth century, half timbered building.
  • Beaufort Arms Hotel – Grade II listed former coaching inn dating from early 18th century.
  • Hyam’s Mineral Water Works – nineteenth century former mineral water works.
  • The Nelson Garden – Grade II listed nineteenth century garden.