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The Weather in Abergavenny
Above is a climate diagram for Abergavenny. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Experience all Abergavenny has to offer at your own holiday cottage
Located in South Wales, in the heart of the country's industrial heartland, Abergavenny is home to visitor attractions celebrating the area's heritage. Also, as it's situated on the eastern edge of beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, the town is ideal for hikers and nature lovers – pack your walking shoes!
Exploring Abergavenny with kids
Children will love visiting some of the more accessible caves in the Brecon Beacons area, especially those at the National Showcaves Centre for Wales at Dan-yr-Ogof. A public path takes you 1km through the caves to a depth of 150 metres, including to the appropriately named Cathedral Cave, which is now licensed to host weddings! The centre also has a play area, Iron-Age village, and a dinosaur centre – plenty to keep the family entertained on a day trip.
Learn about the area's industrial heritage at Big Pit National Coal Mining Centre at nearby Blaenavon. Join a mine tour led by an ex-miner, and learn about the history of coal mining in Wales and what it was like to work at the pit and colliery buildings, which now house a museum.
History and nature
Abergavenny Castle and Museum is a great place to start your visit. Whereas the Norman castle itself is in ruins, the town's museum has been set up on its grounds and features exhibits from throughout Abergavenny's long history. Stop in for one of its frequent live events for a real feel for what life was like for the locals when the castle was first built.
Go further back in time and visit the Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths, which are among the best preserved in the UK, or head to Crickhowell to see the Iron-Age fort on Table Mountain. See other prehistoric monuments and standing stones in Brecon Beacons National Park, where visitors can also enjoy hiking trails, boating on the many lakes and rivers, and even potholing and caving.
Local food and drink
Check out Abergavenny's annual food festival, which has been taking place every September since 1999 and is now the largest festival of its kind in Wales. Celebrating local produce, the festival features several stalls serving up food and drink samples. See demonstrations by top chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Monica Galetti, or take part in cookery lessons and learn some skills to prepare a feast of your own back at your Abergavenny accommodation. Kids are catered to as well, with cooking demonstrations aimed at younger visitors, along with musical entertainment and a kids' farm, where the little ones can meet cows, pigs, and sheep.
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