Wray Castle

Important notice -

Reflecting government guidance, Wray Castle, café, outdoor play trail, shop and car park are all closed to restrict the spread of coronavirus. We encourage everyone to observe social distancing and not travel. Windermere Car Ferry is also off.

Gothic Revival castle sitting on the shores of Lake Windermere with turrets, towers and informal grounds

Wray Castle

What's on

Upcoming events

Sorry, there are no upcoming events at this place.

Wray Castle

Things to see and do

Daffodils and crocuses in spring garden at Charlecote

Spring awakenings at Wray Castle  

Make the most of the lengthening days and new bursts of colour on a family visit to Wray Castle this spring.

Arrive in style

Wray Castle

Shopping

Wray Castle

Eating

Inside the cafe at Wray Castle

Eating at Wray Castle 

We've brought the castle's original kitchen back to life with our new Kitchen Court Café. Indulge yourself with a sweet treat or savoury delight during your visit.

Wray Castle

Places to stay

Wray Castle

Get involved

Volunteer helps children with craft activity

Become a volunteer 

Volunteer with us at Wray Castle; work in an amazing place, meet new people and know that you're helping a great cause - three fabulous reasons to start volunteering.

Wray Castle

History

Hardwicke Rawnsley, co-founder of the National Trust

Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley at Wray Castle

Did you know that one of the founders of the National Trust had a close connection to Wray Castle?

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Groups

Tour leader Ross points out some unusual tree species in the grounds of Wray Castle

Visiting Wray Castle as a group 

We welcome groups at Wray Castle and there’s no need to book. Here's all the information you need to be aware of for your visit.