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Notice: Our Garden Coffee Shop will be closed on 15, 16, 22, 23, 28 and 29 April. However, the Courtyard Restaurant will be open for meals, snacks, cakes and drinks throughout this period.
Medieval castle rising dramatically above the celebrated garden
The world-famous garden, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare and tender plants. Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. High on a rock above the terraces, the castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as a medieval fortress.
Remodelled and embellished over more than 400 years, it reflects the changing needs and ambitions of the Herbert family - each generation adding to the magnificent collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries.
A superb collection of treasures from India is displayed in the Clive Museum.
Please note, due to the medieval deer park, we regret no dogs are allowed.
Powis reveals its hidden past
An intriguing and potentially very significant archaeological find has been unearthed as part of our East Front renovation work.
Survey work being carried out by a team of archaeologists from Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust, has revealed a tantalising clue to what may be a previously unknown and hidden part of the castle.
A Design for Life
Celebrate Powis Castle's Edwardian heyday.
George Herbert, the 4th Earl (3rd creation) and his wife Violet undertook a comprehensive restoration of the castle and grounds during the Edwardian era, with the help of the architect G F Bodley.
Spring Savoury Evening
24 April, 7pm
If you love savoury snacks, this is the event for you!
Bring along your friends and family and tackle no fewer than six delicious savoury starters throughout the evening.
£24.95 per person. Booking essential - 01938 551927
The Powis Castle Appeal
Powis' once-grand East Front needs urgent repairs.
Damp is spreading through the stonework and the steps that King George V and Queen Mary once used are crumbling. We’re £304,000 short of the estimated £500,000 cost of these vital repairs.
Help us save this Welsh treasure by donating online or texting POWIS to 70123 to donate £3.
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