Thursday 2 April 2020

Sudeley Castle is opening a month earlier than scheduled

Celebrating a jam-packed calendar of events this year, Sudeley Castle is opening its doors to visitors one month earlier than its usual date.

Sudeley Castle and Gardens is opening one month earlier than usual this year, inviting visitors in from Monday 10 February 2020.

Normally open from March, the castle has a busy schedule of events in 2020, kicking off with its special ‘Wake Up the Castle’ two-for-one offer on its Castle Kitchen menu which runs from Monday 10 to Friday 14 February 2020.

Visitors can also benefit from a 20 per cent discount on all online advance tickets, available until Friday 14 February 2020.

With a Murder Mystery Evening, a Circus School, a Fashion Exhibition, a Festival of Tudor Life and The Great British Food Festival, the castle is running new activities this year, as well as its popular annual events.

Head of visitor services, Kim Gibbon, said, ‘As always, we have been busy behind the scenes during the closure period, spring cleaning the castle and preparing our treasured gardens for the arrival of spring, which truly is a stunning time at Sudeley.’

For more information, call (01242) 604244.

© SoGlos
Friday 07 February 2020

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