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Canterbury Castle

Canterbury Castle is a Norman castle that was built in 1066 shortly after the Battle of Hastings.
Free

Museum of Somerset (Taunton Castle)

10.00 am - 5.00 pm
The Museum of Somerset is a museum of local history that is located inside the Great Hall of the 12th-century Taunton Castle.
Free

Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace dates from medieval times and it has been home to the Bishops of London from 704 until 1973. The palace is steeped in history and its gardens are among the most important botanical gardens from the medieval period.
Free

Sandal Castle

OPEN 24h
Sandal Castle is a medieval castle overlooking the River Calder in suburban Wakefield. It is noted for its connection with the Dukes of York and Richard III and also for its roles in the Battle of Wakefield and the English Civil War.
Free

Farleigh Hungerford Castle

Now closed
The 14th-century Farleigh Hungerford Castle (also known as Farleigh Castle and Farley Castle) overlooks the River Frome on the Somerset/Wiltshire border.
Price £6

Longford Castle

Longford Castle is an Elizabethan country house that was rebuilt in the triangular Swedish style during the 16th century. It is one of England’s most impressive stately homes but it is also one of its lesser-known, primarily because it is only open to the public for a short period each year.
Price £14

Bodiam Castle

Now closed
Surrounded by a moat, the 14th-century Bodiam Castle looks particularly impressive from the outside even though its interior is in ruins.
Price £11

Oxford Castle and Prison

10.30 am - 4.30 pm
Oxford Castle is a medieval Norman castle on the western edge of the city centre that was rebuilt in the late 12th to early 13th century. The castle was mostly destroyed during the English Civil War and what was left of the castle was converted into HM Prison Oxford.
Price £14.45

Skipton Castle

10.00 am - 4.00 pm
The fully-roofed Skipton Castle is one of England’s best-preserved medieval castles, despite having withstood a three-year siege during the Civil War.
Price £8.30

Richmond Castle

Now closed
The ruins of the impressive Richmond Castle loom over Richmond’s market square. William the Conqueror built the castle, which features 11th-century walls and a 30m- (98½ ft)-high 12th-century keep.
Price £7

Clifford's Tower

10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Clifford's Tower is almost all that remains of the once grand York Castle. The castle was built by William the Conqueror shortly after the Norman Conquest but was mostly destroyed by a major explosion in 1684.
Price £8.10

Scarborough Castle

Now closed
The 12th-century Scarborough Castle, 1.5km (1 mile) east of Scarborough town centre was built by William Le Gros, Earl of Albemarle but was expanded in the 13th century by King John and Henry III as a coastal defence.
Price £8.10

Pickering Castle

Pickering Castle was built by the Normans as a motte-and-bailey castle in the 11th century and expanded upon during the 12th and 13th centuries. The castle is particularly well-preserved and visitors are able to see the original keep, towers and walls.
Price £6

Helmsley Castle

Now closed
The 900-year-old Helmsley Castle was built as a defence against the Scots but didn’t see military action until the Civil War when it was blown in half.
Price £8.10

Tintagel Castle

Now closed
Overlooking a rugged and spectacular coastline, the 13th-century Tintagel Castle is linked with many legends and many people believe it to be the birthplace of King Arthur.
Price £14.80

St Michael's Mount

Now closed
With a striking appearance similar to Mont St Michel in France this island off the coast from Marazion, 5km (3 miles) from Penzance, is home to a Benedictine monastery that incorporates a church, a castle and a small village at its base. At low tide you can walk across a causeway to get to the Mount; a ferry (£2.50) runs at other times.
From £14 To £24

Restormel Castle

The 14th-century Restormel Castle is surrounded by a moat and features a large circular keep with lovely views of the countryside. Edward, the Black Prince, once called this castle home. It is near Lostwithiel, 13km (8 miles) north of Fowey.
Price £6

St Mawes Castle

Now closed
The 16th-century St Mawes Castle is located across the bay from Falmouth, facing Pendennis Castle. It is considered the loveliest of Henry VIII’s coastal fortresses and it offers lovely views of Falmouth.
Price £7
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