Chirk Castle is a magnificent 14th-century castle owned and run by the the National Trust.
Home to the Myddelton family since 1595, the Castle's interiors show 400 years of changing fashions, including the 17th-century Long Gallery, 18th-century neo - classical Staircase and 19th-century Gothic Entrance Hall. Discover Medieval Life in the Adams Tower where you can descend down into the dark dungeons.
Find peace and tranquility in the award-winning formal gardens and pleasure ground. Get back to nature in the historic parkland where you will find wild plants and flowers, ancient trees and wild woodland ponies.
Free access to Chirk Castle and gardens over the three days that the castle is running Open Doors activities. Please call at the Ticket Office first for your free admission tickets. Extra tours and activities will be running all three days to open up spaces that are not normally available, and offer new experiences to visitors.
Chirk Castle, Chirk, LL14 5AF
Chirk Castle is 7 miles south of Wrexham, 8 miles north of Oswestry and 5 miles from Llangollen. It is clearly signposted from the A5 and A483. From the A5 proceed 1 mile to Chirk village, the entrance to the estate is 2 miles west of Chirk village and is clearly signposted.
Please note that Chirk Castle is a historic building. There are uneven floor surfaces, and there is no wheelchair access to the upper rooms. Please see the Access Statement on the website for details.