Tattershall Castle, Tattershall

4.5
Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, is one of the earliest & finest brick built castles in England. Built by Ralph Cromwell in 1434, restored from ruin in 1914 by Lord Curzon & left to the National Trust in 1925. Come explore basements to battlements today!

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  • Well worth a visit with plenty to see and do A few interactive things to do to keep children interested Quite a lot of steps to climb to get to each floor but they are nice wide concrete steps with....  more »
  • Really good experience, lots of info and views from the top were simply amazing. Keep up the good work.  more »
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  • Worth a visit, no cafe but the church next door offers cheap refreshments - £2 for tea/coffee with a cake/biscuit. Definitely pay the extra £2 to get the audio tablet, brings the whole castle to life as your walk around the different rooms. Some rooms are empty, and some are missing. There are signs and notice boards around but the tablet definitely added to the experience. It was really good for us because we could look after a running toddler whilst listening to the audio.
  • Brilliant visit to the castle today, stunning views, great history in and around the castle and the event was amazing. Excellent display of medieval musical instruments with a knowledgeable explanation that kept even my teenagers interested. The archery was also very engaging and entertaining and the final jousting tournament was amazing.
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