Things to do in Northumberland Scottish Borders
Historical-Buildings in Scotland
Description:A 14th century castle which will allow you to discover the history of border warfare with an inclusive and exciting personal audio tour.
Situation – OS ref: NT 925392
How to get there:
By car:In Etal Village – on B6354, Ford to Etal road.
By public transport: Local bus service.
Seasonal opening details (2016):
End March to 30th September
Daily 10am to 6pm.
Adult £4.80, Child (5-15 years) £2.90,
Concession are you eligible? £4.30
Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) £12.50
English Heritage members and children under 5 free.
Custodian – Tel: 01890 820332
Other Attractions in the Area:
Link to Northumberland page
Toilets: In village car park with ramps (run by Berwick Borough Council).
Exhibition/shop: Level access.
Refreshments: Picnics welcome in the grounds.
Access to castle and grounds: From shop via Border Warfare exhibition. Access across grass. Helper advisable.
Village car park next to shop. Path to shop (10m) via grit and flat ground surfaces.
Hearing Impaired Visitors:
Audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price. Script available.
What facilities are available for groups?
15% discount for groups of 11 or more plus a free place for every additional 20 paying passengers.
Free entry for coach driver and tour leader.
Coach Parking Facilities:
Please contact the Head Custodian on 01890 820332.
Free parking for up to 2 coaches, 100 metres from site entrance.
Ford and Etal
Places to stay nearby:
Local towns and villages:
Etal Castle, England