Coots swimming in the moat, rooks nesting in the trees and bats roosting in the Great Tower; the site is bustling with a surprising variety of wildlife. Discover the beasts, birds and plants that call Tattershall Castle their home.
Tattershall Castle and Holy Trinity Church just next door share one of the largest colonies in Britain between them. What types of bats do we have, you ask? Find out here.
Tattershall Castle hosts the bigger population of Newts in Lincolnshire
The Castle is as far north as the geese travel in Britain, with the largest population found on the Norfolk Broads.
Our rare red brick castle surroundings host some lovely red listed species, come and see who you can spot!
Wander around our moat, explore the Inner Ward and discover what you can do in our grounds.
How to clean a medieval moat: our conservation work is not only about bricks.
Enjoy light refreshments from our shop and relax in our cosy seating area upstairs. It's the place to pick up that souvenir while you browse our seasonal offerings. There's even something for little knights and princesses too.