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Castle Entry

FREE

Grounds Entry

FREE
Low Wray, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0JA
FAQs for Wray Castle

Is There Parking At Wray Castle?

Wray Castle has parking for 71 cars on-site, 3 of which are designated disabled spaces, which you do not need to prebook for but the spaces do fill up quickly at peak times so it is advised to arrive early to ensure you get a space.

Please find a parking space and either purchase a ticket or scan your membership card on arrival. For non-members of the National Trust you will need to pay & display your car (Up to 2hrs – £5.00. 2 – 4hrs – £7.50. 4hrs+ – £9.50) or free for National Trust members. Your parking ticket will give full access to the grounds, which includes the woodland, gardens and lakeside.

Are Toilets Available At Wray Castle?

Yes, the toilet blocks outside by the café is open and the accessible toilet is located in this block. The visitor toilets inside the Castle on the ground floor are also open.

Can I Take My Dog To Wray Castle?

Dogs (on leads) are welcome in the grounds and wider estate; assistance dogs only are allowed inside the Castle building. So if you’re staying at pet-friendly accommodation like at Craig Manor, you will be able to take your four-legged friend on your day trip with you.

Is Wray Castle Wheelchair Accessible?

Wray Castle is wheelchair accessible however there is a steady but constant slope up from the boathouse to the Castle that you should take extra care of.

Is Wray Castle Pushchair Accessible?

Yes, Wray Castle is pushchair accessible however there is a steady but constant slope up from the boathouse to the Castle that you should take extra care on.

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