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1. Dudley Castle

Address: Castle Hill, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 4QF Get Directions
Phone: 01384 215316
Dudley Castle, like many castles in England, was founded shortly after the Norman Conquest of 1066. A formidable French knight by the name of Ansculf, who came from Picquigney, near Amiens, gained the estate of Dudley in 1070. » More Info

2. Warwick Castle & Knights Village

Address: Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4QU Get Directions
Phone: 0871 265 2000
Experience more than 1,100 years of jaw-dropping history at Warwick Castle! Dazzling shows and attractions, heaps of gruesome history and awesome birds of prey, all set in 64 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens. » More Info

3. Tamworth Castle

Address: Tamworth Castle, Lady Bank, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 7NA Get Directions
Phone: 01827 709626
In Anglo Saxon times, Tamworth was a vitally important centre at the heart of the kingdom of Mercia. As far back as the 7th to the 9th century, Tamworth was the principle royal and administrative centre of the Mercian kings. » More Info

4. Bodiam Castle

Address: Bodiam Castle, Bodiam, Bodiam, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5UA Get Directions
Phone: 01580830196
Set in the heart of an historic landscape, with spiral staircases, battlements and a portcullis, 14th century Bodiam Castle is one of Britain's most picturesque and romantic ancient monuments. » More Info

5. Scotney Castle

Address: Scotney Castle, Lamberhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 8JN Get Directions
Phone: 01892893820
The estate is open all year, offering a variety of walks through our beautiful parkland, woodland and hop farm. Children can enjoy our natural play area in the garden and wilderness camp on the estate. » More Info

6. Hampton Court Castle

Address: Hampton Court Castle, Hope under Dinmore, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PN Get Directions
Phone: 01568 797777
The Hampton Court Estate has a fascinating and chequered history dating back to the 15th Century. The estate was originally formed by the merging of the manors of Hampton Richard and Hampton Mappenor. » More Info