We felt this was a tad pricy for what there was to see and do. Then there was a further museum on the site which had a suggested further entry fee ...
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We recently visited the castle for the second time in a couple of months, we found it very fascinating with extensive history, there was a demonstration of a donkey getting water up from the well which was very interesting and showed how hard they had...More
I have visited the Isle of Wight many times before but by sea not Road and ferry. The consequent preoccupation with tides and weather seems to have suppressed or precluded seeing the great sites. But not anymore as those days have past. As a result...More
We had been here many years ago when our children were young and had always had a lovely day. This visit was no different and we had a great time, it is a very beautiful place and well worth a visit especially if you time...More
Our family thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon wandering round the castle. The donkeys were an added bonus and the donkey talk was interesting and entertaining and held the attention of all our family. It was our staff members first talk and she was brilliant. Children and...More
Overpriced for older people or persons who cannot climb up to the ramparts nice views and nice to walk about the castle but not a lot to see or do if you are not very physical . good for children and young people.
We really enjoyed this visit. Apart from the amazing architecture, history and grounds, the views are wonderful. And loved the friendly donkeys too!
yes theres some age to the external fortified walls but the rest is much later . Visitors seem to find the donkey wheel the big attraction even though the donkeys seem to do little or nothing to earn their keep ie we were told they...More