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Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Norton St Philip
(4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • What superb ruins! All is revealed if you use the excellent audio tour. The history is fascinating, and the level of detail on the radio tour is just right.. Good quiz to keep children interested and ...  more »
  • A previous reviewer recommended the audio guide and we followed the advice. There was far more information given there than we would have got from the boards, most of which need replacing. The castle ...  more »
  • We have passed on odd occasions in the distant past, but today stopped to visit and what an experience it was. Although it was a fairly chilly day, it was dry and using the audio guide (one of the bes...  more »
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  • Very overlooked castle ruin. The history of this place is quite amazing and if you are in the neighbour hood it is definitely worth a detour. My two kids (3 and 6) also loved running around the ruins and explored everything there.
  • Not awful lot to see obviously due to the age but still a fun there. Free audio guides were very handy so make sure you get one, reasonable prices. Also lots of nicely tended green areas which is great for a wee picnic 😊
  • Interesting and beautiful well worth the entrance fee is very reasonable. Crypt & chapel especially worth seeing. Best on a dry day. Pity no cafe. Pay station should be before the car park - if people don't pay there is less money to preserve what is here.
  • Picturesque ruins with an interesting history and a good audio tour. I particularly liked driving through the castle gates to get to the car park. Hardly anyone there, so you can really explore without crowds of people around.
  • Nice place to go and learn some history. Kids loved it and we did as well. Worth taking free audio guide from the reception.