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Skipton Castle, Skipton, North Yorkshire

Skipton Castle
Skipton
North Yorkshire

BD23 1AQ | View map
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For over 900 years Skipton Castle has stood firm through wars and sieges at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. Once home to the famous Clifford Lords, it is one of the best preserved and most complete medieval castles in England. Fully roofed, it is a fascinating and delightful place to explore in any season - from the atmospheric Dungeon to the great Watch Tower, from the Chapel to the beautiful Conduit Court - a free Tour Sheet (avaiable in 8 languages) in your hand. You may relax in the peaceful Chapel Terrace with its fine views over the town and woods, and enjoy traditional fare in the new Tea-rooms. The Castle stands at the head of the bustling High Street of this lively unspoilt town with its popular market.

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Nearest Train Station: Skipton
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Months Open: All year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Licensed tea rooms

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