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Wressle Castle, Wressle

Wressle Castle, Wressle, Selby, North Yorkshire YO8 6ET View on map

Ruins of a 14th century medieval castle built by Sir Thomas Percy. Largely demolished during the civil war in 1650. The surviving south range was destroyed by fire in 1796. Site includes surrounding moated area.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

17 June - 18 June: 11am - 4pm; 15 July - 16 July: 11am - 4pm

Directions

In centre of Wressle Village, 1 mile east of A63 between Howden and Hemingbrough. Rail: Wressle Station 400 yards, limited service from Hull, York, Leeds.

Parking Spaces

40

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes