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All reviews information boards herb garden shakespeare play chain mail nice walk steep walk woodland trail car park small museum walk around information centre dog walkers worth a visit local history school trip ample parking on site
There isn't a great deal to see within the castle and it would benefit from a little more "story telling" on the information boards. However, the staff were friendly and as it was a week day it should have been closed completely but with a...More
Choose a fine day for visiting. The views are amazing as you circumnavigate the old castle ruins. You cannot go on the ramparts or walls but it is still worth the steep but short climb up. Ample parking in the official park (which was partly...More
Wonderful place to go and enjoy outside or in the museum lots to see such as walking up to the castle itself enjoying the views and reading the history of it all. The herb garden is fascinating. Went to see the Shakespeare in July fabulous...More
this place is very good and for free deffinatly cant complain,even got a dress up bit which was alot fun,its only a quick activity but was worth going even if it wasnt free id still feel the same way.got a large wood area to walk...More
We like visiting the castle as we can walk around the grounds and take in the sights from the top. We haven’t been into the visitor centre for a while so unsure what is on offer there. We did visit when archery was available, this...More
Having lived locally for several years I had yet to visit SC so during the School Holidays I though we'd have a quick visit.
I wasn't expecting much to be honest as I had not heard anything of particular note from my friends and colleagues...More
This Castle was built high up with excellent views in all directions. Just so you could see any enemy approaching!
Built in 1100 AD, it played a part in the civil war during the 17th century. Destroyed in a number of occasions and unfortunately now...More