Etal Castle

Etal Village
Etal
Northumberland
TD12 4TN

+44 01890 820332

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:TripadvisorBased on 129 reviews
Find within approx miles of Etal Castle

Overview

A 14thC castle in picturesque surroundings, steeped in the history of border warfare.

Attachments

Ticketing and entry prices for Etal Castle

Type Entry for Guide price
Single
(Adult)
1
£4.30
per ticket
Concession 1
£3.90
per ticket
Child 1
£2.60
per ticket
Family 1
£11.20
per ticket

PRICES INCLUDE GIFT AID

Car parking available at Etal Castle Historic sites Attraction Car parking available
Toilet Facilities at Etal Castle Historic sites Attraction Toilet facilities
Gift shop on site at Etal Castle Historic sites Attraction Gift shop on site
Picnic area at Etal Castle Historic sites Attraction Picnic area
tripadvisor
27/06/2018

Small but interesting


whetstoneview, Walsall, United Kingdom
There are limited remains of the castle. but there is a very good exhibition of the battle of Etal and the historic development of the villages of Ford and Etal. The audio commentary is very interesting with lots of details about the battle giving the perspective from both sides. Half of the commentary is whilst you are looking at the first part of the exhibition and the rest is while you walk around the site of the ruins. A great view of some of our more unpleasant history.
tripadvisor
17/06/2018

Worth a visit


peterdaviddouglasb, Wigan, United Kingdom
Whilst there is not much to seeoutside, this is an interesting site, with a good indoor historical display. Worth a visit and can be combined with a walk to the river and a train ride!!
tripadvisor
01/06/2018

Historic


KevinSadler2364, Leicester, United Kingdom
It was here that the Scots made their base after taking the castle just before Flodden Field in 1513. A couple o days later, and with James IV killed on the field, the Scots retreated and the castle fell once more into English hands.
tripadvisor
30/05/2018

Lovely place to visit.


_stuartandsuzie, Ivybridge, United Kingdom
We decided on the spur of the moment to visit Ford and Etal villages. A great decision. Both villages are delightful. They are pretty and unspoilt nestling close to the Cheviot. We had a lovely reasonably priced lunch in Etal at the post office cum cafe. We then wandered up to the castle which while small was peaceful and well worth a visit. We had the site to ourselves as this appears to be a hidden gem as yet overlooked as a tourist hot spot. There is also a narrow gauge steam railway you can go on which looked nice but we ran out of time. Definitely worth a visit.
tripadvisor
16/04/2018

not much here for six pounds


alfie50, Southwold, United Kingdom
I did not go in as I thought six pounds was a bit much for what is here, two small ruined towers, you can see all that there is from outside without too much trouble. wander around the outside and save your money for something more substantial.
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