Skipton Castle

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Recommended by 5 out of 6 road cyclists

Tips

  • Pat

    My first visit after cycling by numerous times.
    Skipton Castle is a medieval castle in Skipton, North Yorkshire, England. It was built in 1090 by Robert de Romille, a Norman baron, and has been preserved for over 900 years
    Well worth a visit I am certainly pleased I did.
    Café within the grounds and the staff are brilliant.
    They have a place for bikes but no proper bike facilities to lock bikes - well it is medieval!

    • July 5, 2019

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Best Road Cycling Rides to Skipton Castle

Location: Craven, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Information

  • Elevation120 m
  • Opening Hours

    Skipton Castle is open daily from 10am (Sunday from 11am). Last admission is at 5pm (October - March 4pm). Closed 23rd, 24th & 25th December

  • Entrance

    Adults: £8.70
    Children (5-17): £5.50
    Children under 5: free
    Over 60s and students: £7.70
    Family Ticket for two adults and up to 3 children over 5: £28.50 (saves up to £5.40).
    Guides are available for pre-booked parties at no extra cost (reduced rate of £7.40 per head for adult parties of 15 or more).

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  • Family Friendly
    Yes
  • Disabled access
    No

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