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In light of the Government’s announcement regarding regional tiered restrictions, Bamburgh Castle will remain closed temporarily. We will be offering refunds or rebooking admission tickets to anyone who has booked up to and including 16th December. If you have booked a Father Christmas Experience we will be contacting you to offer you a magical ClausTime personalised virtual experience live from Bamburgh Castle or a full refund. We will be monitoring Government guidelines closely and look forward to re opening as soon as we can. Thank you for your kind support and understanding.

A castle like no other

Experience Northumberland at a different level with a visit to magnificent Bamburgh Castle, England’s finest coastal castle. Towering 150 feet above the coast with outstanding sea views, come and explore nine acres of unique Northumberland with a history dating back thousands of years..

Your safety and the welfare of our team is our top priority.  Bamburgh Castle is We’re Good To Go accredited with many measures in place so you can enjoy a visit to one of north east England’s most popular visitor attractions with confidence while still enjoying an unforgettable day out in Northumberland. Find out more about visiting us safely and read FAQ.

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An Open History Book

Waiting to be Explored

Appearances can be deceptive. It’s only when you step inside and pass through centuries of history and enter the brilliant creation of Victorian innovator William Armstrong that you’ll discover a castle like no other.

Dogs welcome

Dogs are welcome inside the castle grounds, Armstrong & Aviation Museum, Tack Room Café and Victorian Stables Bar

A Day Out

Like No Other

Travel through centuries of history. Immerse yourself in state rooms brimming with treasures. See the scenes of films such as Transformers The Last Knight and best selling Bernard Cornwell’s Last Kingdom series brought to life. Experience regular live open air entertainment and share the most insta-worthy sea views Bamburgh Castle looks over.

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