Things to do in Northumberland Scottish Borders
Historical-Buildings in Scotland
Owned by the Percy family since the 1300’s, it is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. In a magnificent state of preservation, it has been the location for numerous films, most recently ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Elizabeth’ and ‘Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves’
Situation – OS ref: NU 187135
How to get there:
Lies just off the A1 35 miles North of Newcastle.
By public transport:
Alnwick is well served by public transport from Berwick upon Tweed and Newcastle.
Railway Station at Alnmouth – 5 miles away.
28th March - 29th October
(please note that the State Rooms will close on 28th October)
State Rooms: 11am-5pm
Accessible Toilet facilities.
Grounds open daily 10am - 6pm. Last admissions 4.15pm
State Rooms 11am - 5pm. Last admissions 4.30pm
Knights Quest 10am - 5 pm. Last admissions 4.45pm
Admission Prices (2014)
Alnwick Castle only
Concession: (students and aged 60+)£12.00
Child (5-16 years)£7.30
Child (0-4 years)FREE
Family (2 + 2, 3, 4)£37.00
Car Park (per car)£3.50
Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden combined
Concession: (students and aged 60+)£21.60
Child: (5-16 years, under-5s free)£10.00
Family (2 + 2, 3, 4): £58.00
Car Park (per car):£3.50
Access & Facilities
Due to the age and nature of the Castle disabled access is limited in some areas. There is partial access for wheelchairs, pushchairs, sight and hearing dogs. Please contact us prior to visiting if you have special access requirements.
Large print and foreign language information available.
Estates Office: 01665 510777
The Alnwick Garden
Free Car and Coach Parking
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