We are now closed for 2019, re-opening Monday 10 February 2020, 10:00 - 16:00. Last admission one hour before closing.
We are pleased to offer discounts on admission tickets when purchased online. Save 10% on admission during 30 March - 1 November and save 20% on admission during 10 February - 29 March and 2 November - 20 December 2020.
2020 Opening Prices
Tickets cannot be transferred or refunded in the event of non-attendance.
All prices include a 30p charitable donation to the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.
Prices include VAT and are subject to alterations without notice.
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For information and prices for group bookings please visit our Group Bookings page.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sudeley Castle.
A limited number of guided tours of Sudeley Castle’s private art collection can be booked in advance by calling our team on 01242 602308 or emailing through our contact form.
The cost is £25.00 per person (excluding admission) subject to availability.
Tours run Mondays – Thursdays at 2:00pm
We regret that these tours are unsuitable for those with mobility difficulties and visitors under 12 years old.
We recommend you arrive earlier to enjoy the exhibitions and gardens before the tour. On this tour you will view paintings from the family’s private collection by artists such as van Dyck and Rubens amongst others. Enjoy a full day at Sudeley Castle by combining your art tour with an afternoon tea or lunch in the Castle Kitchen. All prices and dates are subject to change.
Any discounts are applied on full price admission with a valid membership card or voucher when purchasing tickets in person at the Visitor Centre (not online). Discounted ticket prices must be applied at the time of purchase and cannot be applied to tickets already purchased.
We regret that dogs are not allowed in the castle grounds or gardens - including the children’s play area - apart from registered assistance dogs. Dogs are welcome at the Visitor Centre and cafe.