Castle Drogo is currently undergoing a 6 year conservation project to make it watertight. The inside of the castle has been completely redisplayed with installations, open storage areas and a chance to get up close to the building work. Stroll around the Lutyen's designed terraced garden including a rose garden and Croquet Lawn. Or explore the winding paths leading down to Fingle Bridge, an ancient gorge teeming with wildlife.
Yes, dog friendly, dogs are welcome on leads throughout the countryside and informal garden areas.
|Property: Castle Drogo|
|What’s open||Dates||Times||Days of the week|
|Visitor Centre, cafe, shop and garden||1 January- 5 March||11am-4pm||Daily|
|6 March- 29 October||10am-5.30pm||Daily|
|30 October-29 December*||11am-4pm||Daily|
|*Garden, visitor centre, café and shop closed 24 to 26 December.|
|Castle||6 March- 29 October||11am-5pm*||Daily|
|4 November-18 December||11am-4pm||Weekends|
|*Last entry is 30 minutes before closing|
|Estate||All year||Dawn until dusk||Daily|
The property will be closed on Christmas eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
1By road- 5 miles south of A30. Take A382 Whiddon Down to Moretonhampstead road; turn off at Sandy Park. Approach lanes narrow with tight corners.
By public transport-Take the Dartline Coaches Bus 173 leaving from Exeter bus station (passing Exeter Central train station), available Monday to Saturday. The bus drops off at the bottom of Castle Drogo's drive which is a 800 yard walk uphill to the Visitor Centre.
Visit our official website at: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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