It’s no wonder majestic Conisbrough Castle has become one of the most popular attractions in South Yorkshire.
The lofty 12th century keep of this very well-preserved building, now complete with its restored roof and floors, is a spectacular sight. It had a major role to play in the Wars of the Roses and was once owned by Richard of York.
Conisbrough Castle featured in Sir Walter Scott’s 'Ivanhoe', and with its many reminders of the golden age of knights in armour it makes a great value family day out near Doncaster.
Castle or defences, Heritage site
April 1 - 30th June
Thursday CLOSED (Open for School Vists)
Friday CLOSED (Open for School Visits)
1st July -31st August
7 days a week 10am-5pm
1st Sept - 4th November
Thursday CLOSED (Open for school visits)
Friday CLOSED (Open for school visits)
(Please Note- Last entry to the Castle is 4:30)
5th November -28th March 2013
Weekends only 10am-4pm
(Please Note- Last entry to the Castle is 3:30)
Members - Free
Adults - £4.60
Children (5-15 years) - £2.80
Concessions - £4.10
Family (2+3) - £12
- English Heritage