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Penrhyn Castle

Logo GentianWednesday 25 April

Coach leaves Ness Botanic Gardens at 9.15am and returns at 6pm.

Tickets cost £24 per person. (£12.35 National Trust members - please ensure that you bring your valid National Trust membership card with you).

Built by famed architect Thomas Hopper in the 19th-century, Penrhyn Castle is a vast neo-Norman castle that sits in the glorious surroundings of Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. It is now owned by the National Trust. The extensive grounds and parkland include an industrial railway museum, Victorian kitchens and a walled garden which provides shelter for a magnificent Crinodendron hookerianum.

The castle incorporates two earlier buildings, a medieval house and an 18th-century gothic mansion. Learn about the history of Penrhyn whilst viewing the opulent interiors including ornate ceilings, a fine art collection and 19th-century Chinese wallpaper. The stable yard coffee shop and the Castle tearoom are available for refreshments and light lunches.

For more information: Penrhyn Castle (opens external link).


To book your place please download and complete the booking form