Warkworth Castle

Perched imposingly on a hill overlooking the river, the massive castle was built in the 12C based on a compact plan with a Greek cross layout. It has belonged to the Percy family since 1332. Note the fine, perfectly preserved keep, which has three key rooms: the Great Hall for banquets, the chapel with its twin trefoil bays and a main bedchamber with a large fireplace. The lion, the Percy coat of arms, is omnipresent.

Useful information


Castle Terrace, NE65 0UJ Warkworth


+44 1665 711423


6.40 £ (-15 years old 3.80 £)

Opening hours

Apr-Sep: 10am-6pm; Oct: 10am-5pm; Nov-Mar: weekends 10am-4pm