Nottingham Castle, located in England, will reopen on 26 June, but this time with a new pricing structure. In this new clause, all adults will have to pay £12 (about 1,231 rupees) once and can visit the place all year round.
This historic site has been closed since its former operator, the Nottingham Castle Trust, filed for bankruptcy last November.
As a result, the castle was returned to Nottingham City Council, which is now making plans to reopen the castle. The city council has now announced that the castle and grounds will soon be open to visitors again.
Under this new scheme, all adults will be able to visit the castle throughout the year after paying a fee. They will also be able to visit the Brewhouse Yard Cottages, Robin Hood Adventures and Rebellion Galleries.
All children under 15 will receive free entry, with the offer valid for up to three children per paying adult. There will also be two cave tours, Mortimer’s Hole and King David’s Dungeon, priced at £5 (approximately Rs 512) per person. The new Land Train, which debuted last summer, will run again at weekends and during the peak holiday season.
As part of the gradual opening, the public was able to use the Nottingham Castle site for certain events throughout May. These included screenings of the King’s Coronation Service, the Coronation Concert and the Eurovision Final.
The grounds will soon reopen for upcoming occasions such as the Bank Holiday weekend for a ‘Mediaeval Legends’ event. Moreover a new website has also been launched where people can now book tickets in advance.
If you are planning to visit England, then this will be the best opportunity to visit the castle. For more exciting news updates, make sure you contact Leverage Edu.