Gwrych Castle Ticket Portal

Guided Tours

Our Guided Tours are back after the summer holidays, here's a list of the available dates:

September: 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th

October: 6th & 13th

November: 10th, 17th & 24th

 

The best way to see Gwrych Castle on the weekend is to take a tour with one of our experienced and informative guides to learn more about the castle. 

Learn how Gwrych Castle went from being a grand family home to becoming a derelict ruin, and then the star of ITV’s “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” in 2020 & 2021. 

Our guide will show you the set locations used for the show, share fascinating facts, as well as providing behind the scenes access to areas not included within our standard visitor route, such as the marble staircase and the Dining Room which was used for challenges!

As you explore the grounds your guide will provide a deeper understanding of the colourful history of the castle, with an opportunity to ask questions along the way.

 

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Our Guided Tours are available on selected weekends, simply choose your tickets and 'select your session' to find our availability. You can find more information about the tours below:

  • Maximum capacity of 20 attendees
  • Duration of approximately 90 minutes
  • At present, tours will only be conducted in English
  • Additional "General Admission" tickets are not required
  • Parking is included within the admission price
  • We are dog friendly but dogs are to be kept on leads at all times
  • Temporary toilets on site

 

We require all visitors to check-in at the visitors centre, located next to the car park, ready to start at their chosen time. You will receive a confirmation email with check-in instructions and directions once you've booked your tickets.

 

ACCESSIBILITY

The Castle was built into a hill, subsequently the terrain is uneven with many steps, slopes and steep footpaths throughout the estate. Sensible footwear is recommended at all times. Many of the footpaths are unsuitable for pushchairs, self-drive three wheeled vehicles and wheelchairs.

The majority of the main building is currently a ruin so there is currently no public access. 

Please read more here

Ticket options

Help support Gwrych Castle

If you are a UK taxpayer, you have the choice of two entry tickets:

  • Gift Aid Admission; or
  • Standard admission

As we operate a Gift Aid on Entry, we'll offer you a choice between the Gift Aid Admission price or standard admission price. It's entirely up to you which ticket you choose, just let us know when you come to pay.

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10% or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid — an extra 25% — potentially a very significant boost to our funds.

Payment of the additional percentage donation is entirely voluntary, so if you prefer to pay the standard admission please advise our staff at the till point or select the standard admission price toggle below when booking online.

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  • Parking
    Parking

    Please select this ticket if you require onsite parking, one ticket is required per car. Free parking is provided for Blue Badge holders who require our accessible route*

    0 30 max

    Please select this ticket if you require onsite parking, one ticket is required per car. Free parking is provided for Blue Badge holders who require our accessible route*

  • Children - Guided Tour
    Children - Guided Tour

    3 - 15

    0 30 max

    3 - 15

  • Adult - Guided Tour
    Adult - Guided Tour

    16+

    0 30 max

    16+

  • Carer - Guided Tour
    Carer - Guided Tour
    Free

    *One free carer ticket can be provided for each paying disabled visitor. Proof must be presented on arrival or adult entry will be charged. Proof includes DLA, Carer's Passport, Carer's ID or MAX Card. General Admission prices will apply if ID is not provided.

    0 30 max

    *One free carer ticket can be provided for each paying disabled visitor. Proof must be presented on arrival or adult entry will be charged. Proof includes DLA, Carer's Passport, Carer's ID or MAX Card. General Admission prices will apply if ID is not provided.

Guided Tours

Our Guided Tours are back after the summer holidays, here's a list of the available dates:

September: 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th

October: 6th & 13th

November: 10th, 17th & 24th

 

The best way to see Gwrych Castle on the weekend is to take a tour with one of our experienced and informative guides to learn more about the castle. 

Learn how Gwrych Castle went from being a grand family home to becoming a derelict ruin, and then the star of ITV’s “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” in 2020 & 2021. 

Our guide will show you the set locations used for the show, share fascinating facts, as well as providing behind the scenes access to areas not included within our standard visitor route, such as the marble staircase and the Dining Room which was used for challenges!

As you explore the grounds your guide will provide a deeper understanding of the colourful history of the castle, with an opportunity to ask questions along the way.

 

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Our Guided Tours are available on selected weekends, simply choose your tickets and 'select your session' to find our availability. You can find more information about the tours below:

  • Maximum capacity of 20 attendees
  • Duration of approximately 90 minutes
  • At present, tours will only be conducted in English
  • Additional "General Admission" tickets are not required
  • Parking is included within the admission price
  • We are dog friendly but dogs are to be kept on leads at all times
  • Temporary toilets on site

 

We require all visitors to check-in at the visitors centre, located next to the car park, ready to start at their chosen time. You will receive a confirmation email with check-in instructions and directions once you've booked your tickets.

 

ACCESSIBILITY

The Castle was built into a hill, subsequently the terrain is uneven with many steps, slopes and steep footpaths throughout the estate. Sensible footwear is recommended at all times. Many of the footpaths are unsuitable for pushchairs, self-drive three wheeled vehicles and wheelchairs.

The majority of the main building is currently a ruin so there is currently no public access. 

Please read more here

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