Tired of every year’s “trick or treat”? Or are you new to Halloween? Want to have a different holiday? You might interest in a special event held in a medieval Welsh-style castle.
On 29th – 30th October, Cardiff Castle will hold a whole-day event of Halloween, which requires attendants wearing a costume. “You’d better come in costume, if you don’t want to be wired.” Marissa Norman, one of the castle’s stuff, suggested those who are not familiar with Halloween, “There might be special tours and outdoor activities, and we will show you something you don’t know about Cardiff.”
Caerdydd, the Welsh name of Cardiff, literally means “the fort on the Taff”. Fort, or castle, plays an important role in history of Wales, which could be a decent place to learn this area dating back from a time-honored period.