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Castle Acre: Castle Acre Priory, Castle Acre

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  • Priory remains kept in great condition with detailed information on audio guide available free of charge at reception,a little on the pricey side but worth it if they keep up the standard it is now,mo...  more »
  • Found the Priory whilst wandering round the picturesque village of Castle Acre. The views of the surrounding countryside are lovely. We didn't actually pay to go into the priory just wandered around t...  more »
  • I found this visit to be amazing and tranquil. Beautiful location and the village setting. Driving through the gorgeous village you find is welcoming and almost seems untouched. While there we had an ...  more »
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  • Pleasantly surprised by how well kept the grounds and ruins are and how much of it you can climb around. I really enjoyed a good hour exploring this Norman castle. The surrounding area is worth a walk around too with a lovely tea room nearby.
  • A great day out (or at least a few hours) with the children. Even better if you have English Heritage membership as it is free! This is a really well preserved ruin that is fun to explore and it is usually not particularly crowded.
  • Interesting site. Entry cost excessive but standard charge. You'd have to really want to go. You can walk around the fenced off priory and see everything without paying.
  • Great day for an outing. Pay for access.
  • A fairly large interesting ruin of a priory. A little pricey to get in, but still worth it.