Visited on midweek trip to York and knew nothing about it. It's in a stunning situation which is accessed by about 60 very steep steps. Tight circular staircases then lead up and down from the gate level to the top of the walls where the views are fantastic but a little exposed as there is a long drop on either side of the pathway. There are information boards spread around the building and guide books available but this is a little restricted. We enjoyed the visit and afterwards were able to warm up with a coffee in the Castle Museum opposite.
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