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All reviews spiral staircase english heritage worth a visit interesting ruins gift shop information boards picturesque location ticket office small shop fun visit museum area received a warm welcome dogs are allowed helpful lady worth the climb buy a guide book great views from the top
Even on a wet day it was worth visiting these castle ruins. The keep is huge and dominates the site. You can go to the top of the ruin, from which there are fine views of the surrounding countryside. It's hard to believe that at...More
If you are in the Lake District then this is a must.. Stunning castle and fantastic piece of history. Lady at entrance was very informative and was extremely helpful. It was a wet miserable day but didn’t take anything away.
As members of English Heritage we set out to explore around Penrith on a lovely November day. The lady was extremely helpful and knowledgeable at Brougham Castle and the Castle is well worth a visit with outstanding views from the top!
read the history on your way around the castle 2 kings have stayed here not telling who. climb the tricky steps to the near top and hey presto brill pics if the weather is good. The shop is small but well stocked we bought 3...More
The guide on reception was very welcoming and friendly and was very knowledgeable about the history of the castle. Well worth a visit if you are an EH member. Quite expensive for a one off visit if you are not.
Passed the castle a few times whilst visiting Centre Parcs and always wanted to stop off and visit. Its not a huge site but its great for a short visit. The lady at the reception is so friendly and full of interesting knowledgeable information and...More
I'm a big fan of English Heritage; fabulous historic sites that are usually dog friendly. Brougham Castle is a great example, a wonderful castle (although sadly in ruins), well tended with knowledgeable and friendly staff, doggy water stations with free treats, and a good shop....More
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As I'm a member of English Heritage I don't pay however I believe that the entry fees are quite reasonable and, if your a UK resident or likely to visit a number of Monuments/properties then a membership is very good value... More
As I'm a member of English Heritage I don't pay however I believe that the entry fees are quite reasonable and, if your a UK resident or likely to visit a number of Monuments/properties then a membership is very good value and you'd only have to visit around 10 places in the UK, Scotland & Wales to, as it's said 'Get your money back'.