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    Type de cuisine : Classic cuisine

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The castle where King John died (1216) and King Charles gave up his struggle was raised by Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln. It was besieged during the Civil War; the keep overlooking the Trent has not survived but there are traces of the 12C gateway, the 13C west wall and the central and northwest towers. The exhibition in the Gilstrap Centre traces the history of the castle.

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  • Wed, Fri and weekends: 11am, 1pm and 3pm

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    • Language: gbr
    • Position : Alone


    Regular music shows during the summer months, swing bands, blues, rock and pop. beautifully maintained grounds steeped in history


    If you are coming to see the castle alone you can take it all in within an hour

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