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All reviews civil war oliver cromwell town centre lovely walk gardens are beautiful during daylight hours delightful place tucked away great place to wander surrounding countryside thames path children love sunny day well worth a visit remains meadows ruins
Although very little of the castle remains the castle landscape is there. A pleasant walk through the gardens to the meadows. Plenty of seats for a picnic on fine days. A good place for young children to let of steam running about. Great view from...More
Wallingford castle used to be the largest castle in England, that is until it was the last stronghold of the Royalists. After that Oliver Cromwell ordered it to be raised to the ground. You can still see the outline of the earthworks of the moat...More
Decided on a spontaneous visit whilst traveling, so glad we did it’s a beautiful and extremely interesting historical walk , lots of informative boards with artists images of the castle built on the original Saxon castle. Great landscaped gardens too, loved the castle shaped litter...More
Just got back from a A short four day trip to Wallingford, went to visit this very peaceful and scenic side of the castle grounds and remains. The place must’ve been wonderful when it was in its heyday. Well worth a visit