Visited whilst on holiday in Portland.
The castle itself offered amazing views of the surrounding countryside, with plenty of places to sit and admire the view.
Plenty of informative displays to show you how the castle would have looked & when we visited there were tents with volunteers dressed in costume demonstrating local crafts and, more gruesomely, how to behead your fellow man!
The village itself is perfect to stroll around although it can get quite busy with parking and through traffic, so best to get there early.
The adventure walk actually shortens the route to the castle, even if you are unable to balance on all of the poles along the way.
Overall a very enjoyable few hours can be spent here.
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