Tamworth Castle

Tamworth Castle
The Holloway
Ladybank
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B79 7NA
England

Website

www.tamworthcastle.co.uk

E-mail

heritage@tamworth.gov.uk

Telephone

Reception

01827 709626

Information line (24hour answerphone)

01827 709629

Schools Bookings

01827 709632

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
Tamworth Castle
baby changing facilities icon Food icon Guided tours icon Shop icon Study area icon Hearing disability facilities icon Visual disability facilities icon Wheelchair access icon

A visit to Tamworth Castle takes you back in time and offers a perfect blend of fascinating history, regular live entertainment events and a stunningly complete building.
As you explore the Castle you can see for yourself the maze of intact rooms, halls and chambers that still echo with events from Saxon beginnings, Norman dynasties, Tudor grandeur and great family influences.
Come and enjoy the all-year-round events and activities that keep families of all ages entertained and enthralled both inside the Castle and outside in the wonderful landscaped grounds alongside the River Tame.
Get You Hands on Some Living History
No shuffling around a quiet museum or staring at an empty ruin here!
Tamworth Castle really does bring history to life with fun re-enactments and superbly staged scenes from the past with regular Living History Days.
Did they really live like this?
Why not ask them yourself as families and servants cook, entertain or eat in period-style right in front of you?
Active history doesn’t stop there with a range of events happening during half-term and school holidays including children’s drop-in workshops – great fun & messy, they’ll love it!
Staffordshire Hoard
In 2011 Tamworth Castle hosted the sell-out exhibition of the key pieces of Saxon Gold. We have many peices of the Staffordshire Hoard on display at the Castle brought to life with a fabulous display of stunning replicas and hands-on activities.

Venue Type:

Museum, Castle or defences, Heritage site, Archive, Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

To the general public:
Winter Season: October to End of March Open weekends only 12 noon - 4.15pm last admission 3.30pm
Summer season: April - End of September, Tues - Sun 11.30 - 4.45pm (last admission 4.30pm)

Open out of hours to pre-booked groups.
Open to pre-booked schools throughout the year

Admission charges

Adult £7.00
Child (Aged 5 to 16) £4.50
Child (Aged 2 to 5) £1.50
Child (Under 2) FREE
Senior Citizen (Aged 60 plus)/Concession £6.00
Family (2 Adult plus 2 children) £21.00

Additional info

Contact for schools and events:
Kirsty Sherwood
education and events officer
tel: 01827 709632

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Land Transport, Music, Natural Sciences, Personalities, Social History, Weapons and War

advertisement