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Located at the mouth of the River Usk, the small town of Newport lies on the banks of the Estuary of the River Severn. There is much to discover about Newport including its waterfront and Roman ruins nearby. It also harbours historical connections to the Chartist movement of the 19th century. Visit the historic town of Caerleon that from the beginning of the Roman era, was home to a fortress of the 2nd legion (Augustan). In Caerleon you will find the best-preserved remains of Roman barracks, bathhouse and amphitheatre you will ever see. Enjoy talking strolls through the beautiful and varied landscapes that surround the region, including the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the undulating Vale of Usk, popular among salmon fishermen and the stunning Forest of Dean. Whatever it is you’re looking for, Newport has what you need!

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Newport - South Wales
Newport’s Newest Trampoline Park, Jump Adventure has arrived!
Newport - South Wales
Whatever your age, gender, goals or ability, Newport Live wants you to be happier and healthier. They’re there to support and motivate you. Prefer working alone? That’s fine too.
Newport - South Wales
Come around to experience the most breathtaking live music in this venue.
Newport - South Wales
Compact, buzzing bar and music venue hosting gigs by up-and-coming bands and regular comedy nights.
Newport - South Wales
Smart contemporary arts centre with 2 auditoriums, a dance studio, 3 gallery spaces plus cafe/bar.

Great Family Days Out

Newport - South Wales
A place shaped by the local community, Tredegar House and its surrounding gardens and parkland stand proudly at the heart of Newport’s heritage.
Newport - South Wales
Cefn Mably Farm Park welcomes you.
Newport - South Wales
The luxury and bloodshed of life in a Roman fortress.
Newport - South Wales
They have over 120 acres of farmland which comprises of meadow and marsh land which thrives with wild fauna and wildlife.

Culture Vulture Days Out

Newport - South Wales
After a shortened season the Ship Centre is now closed to the public for the winter. They hope to be able to welcome visitors back in spring 2022.
Newport - South Wales
Built in the 14th Century the castle was originally intended to monitor the crossing of the River Usk.
Newport - South Wales
The Cathedral has profound spiritual origins and has served as a holy place for over 1500 years.
Newport - South Wales
The first museum in Newport opened to the public in 1888.
Newport - South Wales
Wales was the furthest outpost of the Roman Empire. In AD 75, the Romans built a fortress at Caerleon that would guard the region for over 200 years.