The Park

Visit the Castle

*Our Historic House is presently closed to the public but our beautiful grounds, woodlands and replica WW1 Trench remain open.*

A photograph of the Grand Drawing Room at Bodelwyddan Castle & Park

Dining Room

*Updated February 2019. Please note that our Historic House is presently closed to the public, however our beautiful grounds, woodlands and Replica WW1 trench are open!*

A visit to Bodelwyddan Castle makes a great day out! Inside the castle you'll discover historic halls and important Welsh artworks, amazing decoration and more. The castle is an opportunity to view many significant collections. New for 2018 is our amazing WW1 Exhibition 'From Civilian to Combatant' set over three galleries and showcasing some unique artefacts from The Great War. We're also a wonderful museum of Victorian splendour, well worth exploring as a country mansion of note.

Youngsters will love finding out more about Victorian history through play. They'll learn about Victorian inventors, popular pastimes and the science of moving pictures in our Inventions & Amusements interactive galleries. They can choose to become a museum adventurer with our free Explorer Buckets. We have plenty of free interactive activites  for youngsters to enjoy their visit and keep them busy while you wander around our wonderful historic rooms.

Working registered assistance dogs are welcome.

A visit to Bodelwyddan Castle can include:

  • Joining in special events, held throughout the year

  • Free activities for younger ones

  • Interactive galleries

For bookings and information the team are available from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Information about opening times and admission costs can be found here on our website and we regularly update on upcoming events and activities on our Facebook and Twitter pages.


Bodelwyddan Castle & Park toilets, include disabled and baby-changing facilities.

Did you know?

The name, Bodelwyddan, means ‘place of Elwyddan’. Elwyddan was a sixth-century Welsh Chieftain and younger brother of King Cyndrwyn, ruler of ancient Powys.

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