Castle Street, Winchcombe, GL54 5JD | (01242) 604244
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Sudeley Castle and Gardens in Winchcombe is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular visitor attractions and a spectacular day out in the Cotswolds countryside.
Steeped in history and with royal connections spanning a thousand years, Sudeley Castle remains a family home that is also open to members of the public from spring to autumn – with a busy schedule of special events.
Bringing the castle’s fascinating history to life, visitors have with the chance to explore many rooms, including the west wing with its interesting exhibitions.
Visitors can also access St Mary’s Church where Katherine Parr lies buried, as well as explore the medieval ruins, and a delightful café.
There is also an incredibly impressive outdoor adventure playground and assault course – perfect for energetic kids. And a pheasantry too.
Plus, Sudeley Castle’s impressive 1,200-acre estate boasts 10 award-winning gardens, which are among the very best in England.
For more information visit sudeleycastle.co.uk or call (01242) 604244.
Sunday 25 August to Sunday 1 September 2019
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Saturday 26 October to Sunday 3 November 2019
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