Sudeley Castle
B4632, Winchcombe GL54 5JD Route Planner
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early Mar-Oct: 10am-5pm


Sudeley Castle stands on the spectacular slopes of the Cotswolds. Once a medieval fortress, then the home of Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII, the castle was besieged and destroyed during the Civil War. During the 19C, the building was restored; some sections were left to ruin, however. The interior includes a number of paintings by Constable, Turner, Van Dyck and Rubens, as well as a tapestry by Sheldon from the late 16C.


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