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People heading to Wales by train to visit historic landmarks can benefit from 2-for-1 entry as Transport for Wales and Cadw form a new partnership
Those heading to visit a Cadw site can benefit from the 2-for-1 offer by showing a Transport for Wales train ticket from a journey which is taking place on the same day.
The offer is available for Cadw sites which charge visitors an entry fee and must be used on the same day that visitors purchase an entry ticket.
The Transport for Wales ticket must also be valid for the nearest station which serves the attraction being visited.
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