Severndroog Castle, Shooters Hill

Severndroog Castle, Shooters Hill, Greenwich, London SE18 3RT

Grade II* tower situated in Oxleas Woods. Severndroog Castle is a 3-storey triangular tower with hexagonal angle turrets, built in 1784, on Shooter's Hill to commemorate Sir William James. The tower is now currently community run and offers a visitor experience, along with a viewing platform with 360 degree views of London and beyond.

Opening Arrangements

Castle rooms and Viewing Platform: Every Sunday, 10.00am - 4.00pm from 3rd March to 31st October, 10.00am-3.30pm 1st November - 1st December By booked tour on Thursday and Friday, and for events. Tea Room open: Every Thursday -Sunday, 9.00am- 3.30pm November-March, 9.00am-4.00pm April-October

Admission Charges

  • Adult: £5
  • Child: £3.50
  • Other Charges: Under 5 free; Carer free; Concessions £4 for 60+ or student; Family £12.50

Parking Spaces


Free local authority carpark approx. 150 metres from Castle entrance.