Prudhoe Castle

Prudhoe
Northumberland
NE42 6NA

+44 01661 833459

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:TripadvisorBased on 70 reviews
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Overview

Prudhoe Castle stands in a picturesque location, on a wooded hillside overlooking the River Tyne.

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Ticketing and entry prices for Prudhoe Castle

Type Entry for Guide price
Single
(Adult)
1
£4.70
per ticket
Concession 1
£4.20
per ticket
Child 1
£2.80
per ticket

Family Ticket - £12.20

PRICE INCLUDES GIFT AID

Car parking available at Prudhoe Castle Historic sites Attraction Car parking available
Toilet Facilities at Prudhoe Castle Historic sites Attraction Toilet facilities
tripadvisor
08/08/2017

good


bea l, London, United Kingdom
called in as we had time to kill,glad we did nice place,worth a visit,girl in shop lovely.lots of interesting things to see.go there
tripadvisor
05/08/2017

Unusual mix of old and not-quite-so-old


PJandSJ, Matlock, United Kingdom
We decided to call in here on our way from Hexham to Durham. SatNav took us by what was probably the most direct route – via Ovington – but we baulked when we did a sharp right turn onto Station Road in Ovingham. The road ahead led straight onto what, at first glance, seemed a pedestrian-only bridge over a river. Surely, we thought, a car can’t squeeze through there!? So we did what any sensible driver would do – we reversed, and parked nearby. As it turned out, we discovered that – surprisingly – the bridge over the River Tyne was designed for single file car traffic, but by that time, we’d decided to make our way to the castle on foot. It took perhaps 20 minutes or so, but we were in no hurry. The castle, which had withstood attacks by William Wallace, was very scenic in external appearance, and the entrance epitomised what a castle entrance should be. Internally, however, we were a little disappointed, in part because the castle had been updated to serve a new purpose as a Georgian mansion. That was interesting enough, but I tend to prefer the full-blown original. In summary, then – interesting but not worth going too far out of your way for. But do try to avoid the bridge at Ovingham, particularly if you have an obese car …
tripadvisor
23/07/2017

Well worth a look at


Kieran M, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Visited today and it is well worth a visit Very old castle with lots of history. Staff on site were excellent and very friendly and knowledgable. Would recommend a visit to it.
tripadvisor
12/07/2017

Traditional looking Castle from the outside


Phil C, Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom
Traditional Looking Castle , huge history well documented in Displays and information boards .... good place for the kids to play or ideal for a family picnic , well stocked shop , however no cafe on site , carparking is free but it is a small carpark. English Heritage site so as normal members get in for free
tripadvisor
02/07/2017

Pleasurable visit


teacherAnn1704, Saxmundham, United Kingdom
We were able to take our dogs around, and the castle itself was impressive. We thoroughly enjoyed walking around the interior and exterior.
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URL: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/prudhoe


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