Bowes Castle

Bowes Castle
Bowes Castle Photo - Andy Jamieson - Wikipedia - lic. under CC BY-SA 2.0



Castle Facts:

Location: Barnard Castle in County Durham, England.
Built: 12th century
Condition: Ruins
Ownership / Access: English Heritage
Opening Times: Opening times will be available nearer the time. Check the English Heritage website for more information.
Price of Admission: Not free!! Check the English Heritage website for admission prices.
Notes: Still ruined, Bowes Castle was reclaimed by the Crown in 1361; between 1444 and 1471 it was controlled by the Neville family, powerful regional landowners, before reverting to the Crown once again. James I sold the castle in the early 17th century and the remaining fortifications were dismantled in the mid-17th century after the English Civil War. The ruins of the keep survive, largely intact, and are protected as a Grade I listed building and as a scheduled monument.

Bowes Castle Links:

Bowes Castle On Wikipedia
English Heritage On Bowes Castle
History of Bowes Castle



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