The UK’s Best Castles for Families

UK's Best Castles for Families

The UK has some of the best castles in the world from the romantic medieval castle of Bodiam in Sussex to the iconic Tower of London and the thrilling clifftop setting of Tintagel in Cornwall. The UK’s best castles for families are the ones where children can really fire up their imaginations by dressing up as a knight or princess and walking over the drawbridge, climbing the tallest tower and finding out about the people who used to live there.

Over the school holidays, the best castles offer a huge range of activities for families from dressing up boxes and jousting tournaments to dragon quests and live shows. Here are a few of our favourites. I’ve updated my previous post with five more castles plus the latest booking information and websites together with all the best activities going on over the summer.

ALNWICK CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

Harry Potter fans can learn how to fly a broomstick at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland which was used as Hogwarts in the first two films and now offers broomstick training sessions for aspiring witches and wizards.

There has been a castle here for 1,000 years and it is still lived in by the Duke of Northumberland. Families can dress up in medieval clothes and watch longbow demonstrations and jester shows, take part in the Dragon Quest and make magic wands and herbal soaps in the craft area.

Family activities this summer include Fool’s Week with sword juggling and fire eating, Knight’s Week, Storytelling Week, Medieval Life Week and the fabulous sounding Wizarding Week which includes encounters with magical beast and a tour of the Harry Potter locations at the castle.

Alnwick Castle is open daily from 10am until 5.30pm until the end of October. Adults, from £14.40; children, from £7.65; under 5s, free. Family tickets for two adults and up to four children cost £39.60.

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, take a look at The Harry Potter Guide to London, Where to Find the Ten Best Harry Potter Locations in the UK and On the Trail of Harry Potter in Lacock

DOVER CASTLE

You can sit on King Henry II’s throne at Dover Castle and then explore secret wartime tunnels inside the famous White Cliffs of Dover. This is a fantastic example of a medieval palace, with burning log fires and costumed characters walking around, but it’s also a great place to find out about World War II as its network of tunnels housed an underground hospital and a secret naval command centre during the war.

Children will love climbing the spiral staircases onto the roof of the Great Tower for fabulous views across the English Channel. There are also lots of interactive exhibits and games throughout the castle.

Activities for families this summer include a Tudor Pageant, jousting tournaments and Plagues and Punishment, full of gruesome facts about Medieval England.

Dover Castle is open daily from 10am until 6pm. It closes slightly earlier in the colder months. Adults, from £20; children, from £12; under 5s, free. A family ticket (two adults and up to three children) costs £50.

WARWICK CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

You don’t even need to leave at the end of the day at this castle. If you go glamping at Warwick Castle you can stay in a luxurious Medieval-themed tent and enrol your children in the Knight’s School.

There are lots of activities for families here from the Horrible Histories Maze, the gruesome castle dungeon tour, the Princess Tower, where you have to break the evil sorcerer’s curse, and the largest working trebuchet in the world. Children can also let off steam in the adventure playground and spot the peacocks wandering around the gardens.

Visitors this summer can watch the new Dragon Slayer evening show, a live action spectacle with fire jousting, stunts and battles.

Warwick Castle is open daily from 10am until 5pm. It closes at 4pm from September to December. Tickets, from £24 including the dungeon tour; from £18 without.

For more ideas of castles to stay at with kids, take a look at The Best European Castle Stays for Families.

BODIAM CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for FamiliesThis medieval castle surrounded by a moat in East Sussex is one of the most romantic castles in Britain. Most of the castle is in ruins but you can climb the spiral staircase up the tower for amazing views from the top. There are also trails around the castle for children to complete and great picnic spots in the beautiful grounds.

Family activities over the summer include falconry walks and archery lessons.

Bodiam Castle is open daily from 11am until 5pm, and until 4pm in the winter months. Adults, from £9.80; children, from £4.90. A family ticket costs £24.50.

For more ideas of things to do in Sussex, take a look at How to Explore Sussex with Kids.

CORFE CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

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Corfe Castle in Dorset was the inspiration for Kirrin Castle in Enid Blyton’s Famous Five books. It was a royal palace and dungeon in medieval times and was besieged twice during the English Civil War in the 17th century when the Cavaliers defended the castle against attacks from Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads.

Nowadays, children can learn about its history by dressing up as a knight or princess, doing brass rubbings and going on a castle quest with an activity booklet. You can even ride there on a steam train!

This summer’s Civil War Encampment includes costumed characters and fun activities.

Corfe Castle is open daily from 10am until 6pm in the summer. It closes earlier at other times of the  year. Adults, from £8; children, from £4; under 5s, free.

For more inspiration for family-friendly activities in Dorset, take a look at What to Do on the Dorset Coast with Kids.

BOLSOLVER CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

English Heritage

You can watch amazing horse shows at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire where riders dressed in the Cavalier style of frills, feathers and high boots show off their dressage skills. Aspiring actors will also love the Theatre Room where they can try on theatrical costumes, learn their lines and perform a play.

Kids will enjoy walking along the newly restored circular Wall Walk and the fact that as all the furniture at the castle is reproduction, they can touch and sit on anything they like.

Family events at the castle this summer include a miniature castle siege, Gruesome Goings On where you can find out all about torture, hangmen and painful punishments and a Robin Hood weekend with a jester school and a battle with the Sheriff of Nottingham.

Bolsover Castle is open daily from 10am until 6pm, and at weekends only from 10am until 4pm from November until the end of March (with the exception of the February half term when it is open every day). Adults, from £11.30; children, from £6.80; under 5s, free. Family tickets for two adults and up to three children cost £29.40.

THE TOWER OF LONDON

The Tower of London is one of the UK’s most historic castles and it’s a brilliant day out with kids. It’s not every day you get to see the Crown Jewels, the execution site where three of England’s Queens were beheaded and suits of armour made for kings like Henry VIII and Charles I.

Go at the beginning or end of the day to avoid queues to see the Crown Jewels – it’s worth it to see some of the most famous jewels and diamonds in the world. Try to spot the iconic ravens and be sure to go on a Beefeater tour where your kids will love some of the more gruesome stories about the Tower of London’s history.

This summer, a theatrical show, The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, takes place every day. There will also be a medieval weekend in early August with costume tents, crafts and sword fighting knights.

The Tower of London is open daily from 9am until 5.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday and from 10am to 5.30pm on Sundays and Mondays. Adults, from £22.70; children, from £10.75; under 5s, free.

For a complete guide to what to expect at the Tower, take a look at Seven Things you Must Do at the Tower of London.

TINTAGEL CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

English Heritage

Ruined castles are so much fun to wander around and Tintagel in Cornwall is extra special because of its dramatic headland setting and connections with the Legend of King Arthur. When you’ve explored the Great Hall and the ruined chapel, go down to the beach where you can look for Merlin’s Cave and search for crabs in the rock pools.

Over the summer, families can listen to Merlin and King Arthur tell tales of myths and legends including monsters, heroes and princesses.

Tintagel Castle is open daily from 10am until 7pm in the summer holidays and until 6pm in September. The castle will close in October while an exciting new bridge is built. Adults, from £9.50; children, from £5.70; under 5s, free.

For more ideas of things to do in Cornwall, take a look at 6 of the Best Beaches in Cornwall and Amazing Reasons to visit the Lizard in Cornwall.

HEVER CASTLE

There are jousting tournaments most weekends over the summer at Hever Castle in Kent. Families can meet King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn at this, her childhood home, and process with them towards the tournament ground to watch knights on horseback show off their skills.

The water maze is great for cooling off when the weather gets too hot and children can also go rowing on the lake, try their hand at archery and run around in the fantastic new adventure playground.

Family events over the summer include Knights and Princesses school with classes offering lots of hands-on activities for children.

Hever Castle is open daily from 10.30am until 4.30pm. Adults, from £13.70; children, from £8.70; under 5s, free.

Take a look at The Best Things to do with Kids at Hever Castle for a complete guide to visiting the castle.

CULZEAN CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for Families

National Trust for Scotland

This 18th-century Scottish castle has a dramatic clifftop setting and is surrounded by a large country park which is ideal for families. Children can explore Culzean Castle by trying to spot the Lego figure hidden in each room. The castle also boasts one of the world’s largest collections of swords and pistols and there are special family tours at weekends.

You can visit the beach, see the deer and llamas in the Deer Park then head to Adventure Cove, the fantastic play area complete with dungeons, boats and smugglers’ caves. There is also a Wild Woodland playground and several nature activity days over the summer.

Culzean Castle is open daily from 10.30am until 4pm from April until the end of October. The play areas stay open until 6.30pm. Adults, from £16.50. Family tickets cost £41.

ARUNDEL CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for FamiliesThis stunning castle in West Sussex has been the family home of the Dukes of Norfolk for nearly 1,000 years. Part medieval castle, part grand stately home, it’s a great choice for families because you can visit the beach on the same day – it’s only three miles from the seaside town of Littlehampton.

There are beautiful gardens to explore and kids will love climbing to the top of the original Norman keep and seeing the suits of armour, crossbows and swords on display in the castle.

Summer events include jousting tournaments and living history days where you can meet historic characters from the castle’s past.

Arundel Castle is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am until 5pm (it is open on Mondays during August) from April until the end of October. Adults, £20; children, £11. A family tickets costs £51 for two adults and up to three children.

For a detailed guide to what to expect at Arundel Castle, take a look at Reasons to Love Arundel Castle with Kids.

CARDIFF CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for FamiliesThere are lots of things that children will love about Cardiff Castle in Wales. There’s a wonderful Animal Wall, with carvings of 15 animals to spot from leopards and lions to anteaters and seals. You can do family trails around the grounds and in the castle rooms where Banquo, the earless dog will take you around.

Older children will be impressed by the 12-sided Norman keep – it’s the best in Wales and there are great views over the city from the top. The Victorian Gothic fantasy palace inside the castle is filled with splendid apartments and you mustn’t miss the wartime tunnels within the walls – they were used as air raid shelters during World War II.

This summer there’s a medieval camp in mid August with a knights’ tournament.

Cardiff Castle is open daily from 9am until 6pm Adults, from £13; children, from £9.25; under 5s, free.

EDINBURGH CASTLE

UK's Best Castles for FamiliesPerched high above Edinburgh on Castle Rock, this castle is the most visited paid tourist attraction in Scotland for good reason. A guided tour of the castle is included in the price of the ticket so you’ll get to see the Crown Jewels of Scotland and the prisons where prisoners of war were held. The castle has a fascinating history too. It’s been a royal castle since the 12th century and it’s also believed to be haunted – perhaps by the women who were burned at the stake for witchcraft.

Kids will get a thrill from watching the gun being fired every day at 1pm and they can also pay a visit to the famous 15th-century gun, Mons Meg.

August is a great time to visit as it’s the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with over 1,000 performers.

Edinburgh Castle is open daily from 9.30am until 6pm and until 5pm from October to March. Adults, from £17; children, from £10.20; under 5s, free.

For more ideas of things to do in Edinburgh, take a look here.

This post was featured as one of Lonely Planet’s best blog posts for July 2018 by Lonely Planet Kids.

 

Which are the best castles in the UK for families? Here's our pick of the most exciting castles all over the UK, with lots of fun, interactive activities for kids from broomstick training to jousting and dungeons, drama performances and dressing up. Find out where Harry Potter was filmed and where King Arthur was conceived. #familytravel #castles #ukcastles #uktravel

 

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  1. mymeenalife
    1st August 2016 / 9:10 am

    Warwick Castle looks so impressive! The idea of staying right next to it makes it even better.

    • 1st August 2016 / 6:07 pm

      It’s great because it means you can see the castle at a more relaxed pace over two days rather than cramming it all into one.

  2. 1st August 2016 / 9:34 am

    It seems this is becoming really popular. We have a Chateau Fort, (a castle) near us here in South West France. The family have brought it back from ruins over the past ten years, now it is open every day during the summer. Again, adults and children can dress up in medieval costumes and enjoy all the traditional old games. In addition they have planted a walled vegetable garden just as it would have been nearly centuries ago. Of course the favourite part with everyone is sitting on the loos, (last used maybe 300 years ago!) they are just round stones with a hole in the middle, underneath is the moat, hundreds of feet below, there are two of them, side by side, one wonders why!!!

    • 1st August 2016 / 6:08 pm

      The loos are always great! My two boys absolutely loved sitting on the Roman loos at the fantastic ruins at Vaison la Romaine in Provence.

  3. 1st August 2016 / 9:56 am

    Fantastic post Clare. I have heard of some of these castles but others are a brand new discovery. I like the re-enactments and dressing up but I also think it is nice to wander around ruins and let your imagination run wild. Off to share far and wide

    • 1st August 2016 / 6:10 pm

      Thanks so much, Katy! I really agree about wandering around and letting your imagination run wild. My two always end up playing their own imaginary game when we visit castles.

  4. 1st August 2016 / 11:20 am

    I’d love to visit them all:) I’ve only done Warwick castle from this list:)

    • 1st August 2016 / 6:11 pm

      So many different types of castles to visit here too. Sure you’d love them!

  5. 1st August 2016 / 11:33 am

    I didn’t know that you could meet King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn at Hever Castle! Ive been to that castle 2 or 3 times now and it was my favorite castle growing up because I found the history so interesting! I read all of Phillippa Gregory’s books about King Henry VIII and currently reading her new one! #MondayEscapes

    • 1st August 2016 / 6:14 pm

      We go to Hever Castle a lot because we live so close. Still haven’t read Philippa Gregory though. King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn always lead the procession from the castle to the jousting field on tournament weekends.

  6. Ruth
    2nd August 2016 / 2:02 am

    I am a castle fan, so, I have enjoyed your post a lot. I think my favorites are the last two because of the settings. Agree ruined castles are a lot of fun!

    • 2nd August 2016 / 6:18 pm

      Thanks so much, Ruth. The setting can really make a castle more romantic and thrilling!

  7. 2nd August 2016 / 11:10 am

    I have a bit of a thing for castles, no doubt started by my obsession with Henry VIII when I was younger. We use to live in Hertfordshire so there was quite a few castles to visit around there and then we moved to Kent where there was even more! Leeds castle is a great day out and Bodiam castle is also very good. You can get the riverboat to it which makes a fun day out. #MondayEscapes

    • 3rd August 2016 / 5:29 pm

      I must go to Bodiam!! I love the setting and I didn’t know about the riverboat – that sounds brilliant!

  8. 2nd August 2016 / 1:38 pm

    When I think back to holidays and days out with my boy, castles have been a big draw. We really are so lucky in this country. The North east coast is where I grew up so always loved Alnwick plus the smaller castles such as Warkworth, Dunstanburgh and Bamburgh. We are off to Scotland soon and, even without our boy, castles will be a feature of the trip, no doubt.
    #mondayescapes

    • 3rd August 2016 / 5:37 pm

      There’s just something so special about a castle, isn’t there? I can persuade my two to walk a long way with the promise of a castle at the end of it!

  9. 3rd August 2016 / 12:48 am

    I visited Corfe castle a long time ago. The ruins were beautiful. Love your photo of the Tintagel ruins as well.

    • 3rd August 2016 / 5:42 pm

      Ruined castles are fantastic, aren’t they?

  10. 3rd August 2016 / 12:05 pm

    We use to visit the castles when I was little and I can’t wait to take my little one! They’re so magical and really inspiring

  11. 3rd August 2016 / 3:43 pm

    hello Clare,
    have happy holidays! πŸ™‚
    bye

  12. travelingchristie
    3rd August 2016 / 8:31 pm

    I have only done 2 of these castles we love Alnwick and Warwick they are both incredible family days, Culzean Castle looks amazing xx

    • 5th August 2016 / 5:45 pm

      The setting of some castles makes them so much more spectacular!

  13. 4th August 2016 / 2:13 pm

    I love visiting castles but I’ve been to two of these and to none of them with our girls. So may opportunities to play princesses ahead of us! 😊

    • 5th August 2016 / 5:47 pm

      Exactly! Knights, princesses, dragons and witches – they’re all in the castles!!

  14. 6th August 2016 / 8:37 pm

    this is a brilliant post. I’d love to go to all of the castles before I die let alone take my boys to them haha. May start a list and start ticking off. Visiting from #mondayescapes

    • 7th August 2016 / 7:53 am

      Thank you so much! There’s such a variety here. There’s something so special a castle! Thanks so much for your lovely comment.

  15. 7th August 2016 / 8:15 pm

    Such a great idea to have a Lego-themed hunt! I really must get to Hever Castle, too. It’s probably our closest on your list.

    • 8th August 2016 / 5:41 pm

      Isn’t it? Hever’s wonderful – we go all the time as it’s so close to us.

  16. 7th August 2016 / 8:35 pm

    So many fab castles-I’m saving this for future reference! I have to say, I’m particularly a fan of a ruin so will have to check some of these out for future walks and outings. Great post. #MondayEscapes

    • 8th August 2016 / 5:42 pm

      A walk around a ruined castle sounds brilliant. So many of them are along the coast too which always makes for the best walks.

  17. 8th August 2016 / 12:22 pm

    As an Aussie, I’ve always found castles pretty cool. In fact, my husband and I got married at Culzean Castle in Scotland 12 years ago! We fly to the UK from Australia every 5 years to visit the castle. I’ve visited most of the other castles on this list, and agree that they all offer fun and unique experiences for families. One other castle i would probably add to the list is Leed’s Castle in Kent. But I get it, you have to draw the line somewhere when you are making a ‘best of’ list! Great post! I’m sure it will help lots of families plan some fun adventures.

    • 8th August 2016 / 5:51 pm

      How cool to get married at Culzean! What a dramatic setting and I think it’s so special that you go back regularly – that’s really romantic. I like Leeds Castle too but I figured I could only have one Kent castle on the list. As I live here I should probably devote a whole post to the delights of Kent castles!

  18. 9th August 2016 / 5:31 am

    All these look like scenes from movies and my kids picture books! I love castles and Culzean Castle would be at the top of my list if I go to UK. Just for the Lego figures spotting you mentioned! #MondayEscapes

  19. 13th August 2016 / 12:44 pm

    One castle more beautiful than the other. I always wanted to visit Warwick Castle, it’s incredibly stunning.
    I love your pictures, so colorful! Great tips and lots of useful information!

    Happy to have you on #MondayEscapes πŸ˜€

    • 14th August 2016 / 10:28 am

      Thanks so much, Allane! Always happy to join #MondayEscapes.

  20. 5th July 2018 / 10:24 am

    What an incredible variety, I love the look of Corfe Castle. As dated as the Enid Blyton stories sometimes feel, I’ll be gutted when my kids grow out of them!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:00 pm

      My kids absolutely adored the Faraway Tree books – I felt like I was reliving the magic and excitement of my own childhood just being able to share them with them.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:01 pm

      That’s not bad at all, Tanja. You’ll have to come back and see a few more.

  21. 5th July 2018 / 12:29 pm

    I find castles fascinating as we don’t have structures like them in Australia. Warwick Castle where you can experience glamping and knight school would be on our list of castles to visit. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:02 pm

      Warwick Castle has loads to offer families. I think that the medieval glamping is such a great idea. My kids would love to try it one day.

  22. 5th July 2018 / 12:46 pm

    All wonderful castles! Warwick Castle is calling my name atm and I feel like I need to go! I may have already been there as a kid but can’t remember! #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:02 pm

      There are lots of great live shows at Warwick Castle. It’s in a beautiful part of the world too so lots to do while you’re in the area.

  23. 5th July 2018 / 1:17 pm

    We’ve done Culzean Castle since your original post and loved it. I’d still love to go to Bodiam Castle – it looks so beautiful.
    #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:03 pm

      I think the setting of Culzean is so spectacular and I love that they’ve got so many great parks around the castle AND a beach.

  24. 5th July 2018 / 4:18 pm

    They are all breathtaking! I’ve been to Warwick, Tower of London and Edinburgh’s but I’d love to check all of them out of the list

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:04 pm

      It’s so great to know that there are always plenty more castles to visit – you can almost never see them all.

  25. 5th July 2018 / 8:02 pm

    So many wonderful places in this one list! I’ve been to a few of these, but not nearly as many as I’d like. It’s fun to see the castles that are whole, but exploring ruins is great too. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      5th July 2018 / 9:05 pm

      Thanks so much. Ruined castles are a bit more romantic, I think. They inspire you to use your imagination a bit more and some of the settings of the ruined ones, like Bodiam and Tintagel, make them even more special.

  26. 6th July 2018 / 3:03 am

    I fell in love with ruined castles when i visited Scotland. I wish i can visit more castles soon!
    You’ve got great photos! #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 11:57 am

      Thanks so much, Liana. Ruined castles are really special, aren’t they?

  27. 6th July 2018 / 4:38 am

    Wow – so many castles I’m not sure what my first choice would be! I love the sound of Dover Castle, but know that my girls would choose the Harry Potter one first and foremost. I always say this but you are so lucky to have so many historical castles to explore, each with their own unique past. Great post, Clare! #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 11:58 am

      We are really lucky. Let’s hope we never forget that! My two would absolutely adore broomstick training lessons at Alnwick – it’s such a shame that Northumberland is so far from us. It’s somewhere I’m really keen to explore more of one day.

  28. 6th July 2018 / 8:29 am

    There are so many castles on this list I still need to visit. Bodiam Castle looks fantastic and so picturesque with that big moat surrounding it. Coming from Australia, I still get a kick out of all the history in the UK. I might be a bit old to dress up as a knight, but I’m willing to give it a go! #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 11:59 am

      I love the history in the UK and I grew up surrounded by it. It’s all the stories that fascinate me. I’m not sure you are too old to dress up as a knight, Paul!

  29. 6th July 2018 / 11:14 am

    Ohhh definitely a few places to add to my next trips list πŸ™‚

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 11:59 am

      Thank you.

  30. 6th July 2018 / 4:14 pm

    Tintagel Castle and Corfe Castle are our favourites and we love that they are all filled with legend and mystery. Perfect for kids imaginations on days out! #FarawayFlies

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 12:00 pm

      Couldn’t agree more. The legends and mysteries make the castles so much more magical for me – and certainly for the kids too!

  31. 6th July 2018 / 5:13 pm

    We visited Dover Castle only a couple of weeks ago, the castle is amazing however, the underground tunnels are so intriguing and could tell so many interesting stories. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 12:01 pm

      We were so impressed with Dover Castle. English Heritage has done such a brilliant job of making the castle come alive for visitors. The castle interiors are fantastic and having those underground tunnels gives you a whole other reason to want to visit.

  32. 7th July 2018 / 6:18 pm

    Bodiam Castle is so dreamy. I’d love to glamp at Warwick, too! Visiting castles is something that never gets old. πŸ™‚ #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      8th July 2018 / 12:02 pm

      It really is such a romantic setting, Caity. We adore visiting castles. I can’t see that ever changing!

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