Monmouthshire tours

Abergavenny – The Law and Disorder tour

Join this tour at a key location...
Castle St car park
Frogmore Street
Market St car park
Cross Street
Bus Station

Abergavenny may have a calm and prosperous appearance today, but its history is littered with protest, conflict, massacre and punishment. Follow our QR codes around the town to discover this turbulent past, from the remains of Roman armour to a suffragette’s imprisonment for breaking a window. Along the circuit you’ll see where French prisoners of war set up a masonic chapter, find out where Owain Glyndŵr was reputedly let into the walled town by a female sympathiser, unlock war-memorial personal histories and discover the bizarre penalty for misbehaviour at a grammar school. View tour Map

To start the tour, simply scan any of the QR codes at locations on the circuit, or use the list on the right to join the tour online. Use the “Next” button at the foot of each page to find the next place on the tour.


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