Cadw is the historic environment division within the Welsh Assembly Government with responsibility for protecting, conserving and promoting an appreciation of the historic environment of Wales. This includes historic buildings, ancient monuments, historic parks and gardens, landscapes and underwater archaeology. Cadw welcomes over a million visitors to its sites every year including Brecon Gaer Roman Fort.

'Cadw' (pronounced cad-oo) is a Welsh word meaning 'to keep'.

Updated 28/06/2020