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Wallingford castle used to be the largest castle in England, that is until it was the last stronghold of the Royalists. After that Oliver Cromwell ordered it to be raised to the ground. You can still see the outline of the earthworks of the moat...More
Decided on a spontaneous visit whilst traveling, so glad we did it’s a beautiful and extremely interesting historical walk , lots of informative boards with artists images of the castle built on the original Saxon castle. Great landscaped gardens too, loved the castle shaped litter...More
Just got back from a A short four day trip to Wallingford, went to visit this very peaceful and scenic side of the castle grounds and remains. The place must’ve been wonderful when it was in its heyday. Well worth a visit
Well worth a quick visit if you're passing through, and a longer stay if you have time. Wallingford Castle is in fact two separate sites - the Castle Gardens, which are open during daylight hours (but do check times on the sign on the wooden...More
Wallingford Castle was the first one built outside London on the orders of William I 'The Conqueror'. It was also the last to hold out for King Charles, against the Parliamentary forces. So the Commonwealth, in revenge, made a thorough job of razing it to...More
The site divides into two. The first part is known as Castle Gardens and has opening times. Now during the winter the gardens close at 3.00. In this part you have the largest part of the ruined castle, not that a great deal of the...More