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Nottingham Castle tickets to cost £12 for the entire year’s visiting

Nottingham City Council has announced ticket prices for Nottingham Castle.

Brand new admission arrangements mean that an adult pays £12 once and can visit all year, while accompanied children 15 years old and under go free with each paying adult (up to 3 children) – making it a great, affordable family-friendly day out.

Advance bookings are now available from the new Nottingham Castle website www.nottinghamcastle.org.uk.

The new admission arrangement will include access to the grounds, Brewhouse Yard Cottages, Robin Hood Adventures and Rebellion Galleries and the castle museum, unlimited for the 12 month period.

The announcement comes as part of International Museums Day this week, and after the castle grounds hosted a sold-out screening of the Eurovision Song Contest final and crowds of visitors enjoyed the King’s Coronation and Coronation Concert screenings in May.

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Nottingham Castle has since announced a final grounds-only ‘Medieval Legends’ event on the Bank Holiday weekend of Saturday 27 – through to Monday 29 May.

Pre-booked tickets can be bought for £1 in advance on the Visit Nottinghamshire website: www.visit-nottinghamshire.co.uk/whats-on/medieval-legends-at-nottingham-castle-p675641

An opening date is still to be confirmed but is expected to be in June.

 

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