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Christmas at the Castle

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Muncaster Castle
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Cumbria
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The Gardens and Owl Centre are open daily between 11am and 4pm and the Stable Yard is decorated for Christmas. Groups and schools can book Castle tours, Christmas lunches and other activities (booking essential) and the Castle, shop and café may be open to the general public too if groups are booked in, so please check the website for up to date opening details.

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