Castle Howard

Type:Historic House

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Castle Howard is a magnificent historic house in the north of England, the 18th century residence is set within 1,000 acres of breathtaking landscape just outside York.
The Yorkshire stately home boasts world-renowned works or art and stunning architecture having been designed by Sir John Vanbrugh and built with the assistance of Nicholas Hawksmoor.
The grounds include lakes, fountains, temples and woodland as well as formal walled garden and children's adventure plaground making Castle Howard the perfect family day out, plus enjoy a changing programme of events, children's trails and a range of cafés and shops including farm shop and garden centre.

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House and Gardens admission

Adult £18.95
Concession £17.50
Child (4 - 16) £9.95
Family (2+3) £47.85
Under 4 Free

Gardens admission

Adult £9.95
Concession £9.00
Child (4 - 16 )£7.00
Family (2+3) £26.90
Under 4 Free

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