Brancepeth Castle

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Brancepeth
Durham
County Durham
DH7 8DF

Tel: 07940 591902

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Brancepeth Castle

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£10.00 per ticket type
Child (under 16 - must be accompanied by an adult)£3.00 per person per day

Accompanied children under 10 are free. Entry is free for members of Historic Houses, and there is a discounted price of £8.00 for members of the National Trust or English Heritage.

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    Recent Reviews:

    • Strandtenger
      Riga, Latvia
      Trip Type:
      Solo travel
      Замок Бранспет
      4 of 5 stars
      Wednesday, 31st October 2018
      Замок Бранспет очень красивый. Оценка ему снижена из-за того, что туда не пускают посетителей, даже во двор. Вообще-то, как бы пускают – группы, по предварительному согласованию. Для обычного... Read full review
    • john e
      Gateshead, United Kingdom
      Trip Type:
      Couples
      very sturdy and solid castle in private ownership
      4 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 25th November 2018
      We visited today for the biannual craft fair. Despite poor weather we had a great time and it was good to visit a castle that is not a ruin! Nice cafes too! Read full review

    Access Information

    Opening Times

    2019 (20 Apr 2019 - 27 Nov 2019)

    * Tours will be held on various days throughout the season, please see timetable at bottom of page or contact the Castle for details. 07940 591902

    Map & Directions

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    Wednesday, 3rd July 2019 - Wednesday, 3rd July 2019

    Brancepeth Castle: Romeo and Juliet Brancepeth Castle: Romeo and JulietA unique outdoor theatre experience by Heartbreak productions.  Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, directed by Alan Atkins. Doors open 18:00 for picnics on the lawn. Bring your own seat or rug for comfort!
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    Friday, 26th July 2019 - Sunday, 28th July 2019

    brancepeth castle craft fair Brancepeth Castle Summer Craft FairThe craft fair at Brancepeth Castle from 26 to 28 July not only offers the chance to see and buy work from the north’s finest craftspeople, it also gives an opportunity to see inside the castle with over 80 craftspeople showing what they have made.
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    Friday, 22nd November 2019 - Sunday, 24th November 2019

    brancepeth castle craft fair Brancepeth Castle Christmas Craft FairThe craft fair at Brancepeth Castle from 22 to 24 November not only offers the chance to see and buy work from the north’s finest craftspeople, it also gives an opportunity to see inside the castle with over 80 craftspeople showing what they have made.
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