Pickering Castle (North Yorkshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... one straight road. There is much to do in Pickering so you could easily spend a full day here. There are some lovely cafes and antique shops to browse round. The castle is a short walk from the town centre up a steep hill. Parking is plentiful and free. Prices ------- £3.50 per adult, £3.00 concessions. Family tickets are available. There is no café at the castle. Site ----- The site is very interesting with guidebooks and information available. The Motte is well worth a trek up and you can see for miles around from the top. Some of the castle has steps up where you can see where the bedrooms etc would have been. Unfortunately the castle i... more
Customer Pickering Castle (North Yorkshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/04/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Overview ------------ Pickering castle is an English Heritage property just outside the town centre of Pickering. It is mainly a ruin now but some parts such as the chapel have been pretty much saved. Location ---------- Pickering is easy to get to from York - one straight road. There is much to do in Pickering so you could easily spend a full day here. There are some lovely cafes and antique shops to browse round. The castle is a short walk from the town centre up a steep hill. Parking is plentiful and free. Prices ------- £3.50 per adult, £3.00 concessions. Family tickets are available. There is no café at the ... Read the complete review
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