- Dates & Prices
- Getting Here
For a castle that has lived through more than 800 years of service, including resisting a siege by the French and seeing off the Spanish Armada, Carisbrooke Castle is wonderfully well preserved. At the heart of the island's history, the castle is where King Charles I was imprisoned. There are all the ingredients here for a great value family day out in the Isle of Wight. Children will love dressing up as Norman soldiers or Civil War troopers, and meeting the castle's famous donkeys, while for the grown-ups, there is a fascinating museum and the Edwardian style Princess Beatrice Garden.
- Bus Route
- Café Onsite
- Child Friendly
- Disabled Access
- Dog Friendly
|Season Running Dates||Opening Times|
|20 February - 24 February||10:00 - 16:00 Every Day|
|25 February - 28 February||10:00 - 16:00 Every Day|
|01 March - 01 April||10:00 - 16:00 Every Day|
|01 April - 30 September||10:00 - 18:00 Every Day|
|Closed Dates||24-26th December, 28th December, 31st December & 1st January|
Average time spent at attraction: 120 minutes.
|Attraction Entry Prices|
*Family ticket based on 2 adults & 3 children.
Bus 9 to Newport then 6, 7 or 38 to Carisbrooke Castle