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CARLISLE CASTLE

Castle Way, Carlisle CA3 8UR

Since 1066

Castle, Tourist Attraction, Parking, Picnic Area, Garden, Historical Place, Landmarks, Heritage Places, Exhibitions, Guide Book, Torchlight Tours, Prisoners’ Carvings, Group Visits & School Visits

The castle is over 900 years old and has been the scene of many historical episodes in British history - It was the vital headquarters of the Western March, a buffer zone to protect the western portion of the Anglo-Scottish border

Price: Adult £6.80, Child (5-15 Years) £4.10, Concession Tool-Tip £6.10 & Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) £17.70

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Mon - Sun: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

We stopped at Carlisle Castle on the way to our holiday. It was a brilliant place to stop, have a run around and find out some interesting history about the castle and its role in the history of the country. The children loved it - there were some really good story boards explaining the history of the castle. Brilliant carvings from the soldiers who had to do guard duty on cold nights were in display. There was lots to do and great space to run around for the children. Brilliant day out.

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GUILDHALL MUSEUM

31-33 Fisher Street, Carlisle CA3 8JE

Since 1407

Museum, Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, House, Guild Rooms, Butcher’s Room, Meeting Place, Group Visits & Gift Shop

It is a Grade 1 Ancient Monument and one of the four oldest buildings in the City - It is believed to date from the late 14th century - Its upper floors project out in the usual fashion of timber-framed structures

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Thu 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This small but well kept merchants' house was a delightful find on a busy August day. The display downstairs does extend upwards, but the stairs are steep. Once upstairs, the lovely wooden floors and scant decoration on the walls does emphasize how life was led and business conducted. The far rooms are stunning and give an idea as to how individual merchants would have worked. The beams are interesting, with honest details about what is original, or what has been added to them.

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CARLISLE TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE

Old Town Hall, Green Market, Carlisle CA3 8JE

Since 1717

Tourist Attraction, Landmarks, Historical Sites, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Toll Booth, Common Hall, Motehall, Moot Hall, Event Tickets, Transport Information, Gifts & Souvenirs

A prominent two storey Grade I Listed Building of Medieval origin, the Old Town Hall mostly dates from the 17th and 18th centuries

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I am a Courier and made a delivery to this Tourist Centre. Delivering to Town Centres can be a challenge at times due to lack of parking/access to certain areas but due to plenty of loading bays and sensible access areas very near to the Tourist Centre as well as throughout Carlisle Centre this delivery was made very easy. Well done to Carlisle Council for achieving this. Plenty of disabled parking bays are also available in this area with general on street parking very near by.

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