STEEPED IN ALMOST NINE HUNDRED YEARS OF HISTORY

Auckland Castle is one of the UK’s most important historical buildings. Since the days of the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century, Auckland Castle has been a seat of power. For almost 900 years, it has been the palace of the Prince Bishops of Durham and although the site where Auckland Castle now stands has seen numerous changes, few will have been as far reaching and visionary as those which are set to take place in the 21st Century.

Castle and Library Tea Room open from 10am until last admission at 4pm every day except Tuesday. Library Tea Room open daily from July 18th.


 

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Auckland Castle in Pictures