Castles and Forts in Heart of England.

Berkeley Castle
In 1153 Maurice Berkeley completed this fortress by the Severn Estuary at the command of Henry II, and ever since has been the home of the Berkeley family.
Dudley Zoological Gardens
At Dudley Zoological Gardens there's a chance to get close to some of the rarest animals in the world.
Warwick Castle
Imagine a totally electrifying, full day out at Britain's ultimate castle.
Ashby de la Zouch Castle
Ashby - a royalist stronghold. Tour the impressive ruins of a grand medieval castle within extensive and beautiful grounds.
Belvoir Castle
Belvoir Castle has been the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland for one thousand years. The name Belvoir means 'beautiful view' and dates from Norman times.
Broughton Castle
The home of Lord and Lady Saye and Sele, and owned by the same family for over 600 years.
Croft Castle
Croft Castle was a fortress that gradually transformed itself into a family home in more peaceful times. The Croft family built the existing castle in the 15th century.
Eastnor Castle
In the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, this fairy-tale castle is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family.
Goodrich Castle
Goodrich Castle is the most complete medieval castle in Britain, despite its turbulent history. Built on a rocky outcrop with exhilarating views over the Wye Valley, it gives a fascinating insight into fortress life seven centuries ago.
Kenilworth Castle
Take a journey through British history on a visit to Kenilworth Castle, scene of ancient battles and Royal grandeur.
Kinnersley Castle
Kinnersley Castle was one of the many Marches castles sited by the Normans along the Welsh border. As seen today it is mainly the remodelled Elizabethan manor house of the Vaughan family.
Lunt Roman Fort
Once inhabited by the Roman Army, this ancient site provides a fascinating snapshot of Roman military life.
Oakham Castle
The splendid Great Hall of Oakham Castle is one of the finest examples of late 12th century domestic architecture in England.
Rockingham Castle
Overlooking the beautiful Welland Valley and offering fine views over five counties visitors will immediately understand why William the Conqueror ordered this fascinating Norman Castle to be built.
Shrewsbury Castle and The Shropshire Regimental Museum
Spanning nearly a millennium of our history, Shrewsbury Castle's origins date back to Norman attempts to secure the border with Wales.  It's now home to the Shropshire Regimental Museum.
Stafford Castle & Visitors Centre
This prominent vantage point and strategic site was quickly recognised by the Normans, who built a huge timber fortress here by 1100 AD. Extensively rebuilt in the Gothic Revival Style in 1813, the castle fell into ruin through this century.
Stokesay Castle
This is one of England's best preserved fortified manor houses. Stokesay's Great Hall is unchanged since the days of baronial feasts.
Sudeley Castle Gardens & Exhibitions
Award winning gardens and medieval ruins surround Sudeley Castle, which sits nestled in the Cotswold Hills on the edge of the historic town of Winchcombe.
Tamworth Castle
Tamworth Castle is the number one heritage attraction located in the town centre of Tamworth. A visit to Tamworth Castle any time day or night is packed full of fun, mystery and adventure.

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