Ludgershall Castle, Ludgershall

Ludgershall Castle is a ruined 12th-century fortified royal residence at Ludgershall in Wiltshire, England. Three large walls still remain of the castle, which was turned into a hunting lodge by Henry III but fell into disuse by the 15th century. The ruin was listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument in 1981.
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  • Interesting Flint 'castle' ruins near Andover in the village of Ludgershall. Couple of free parking spaces and easy to find - well sign posted off the main road. Well maintained ruin, with lots to...  more »
  • A walk from the car park up on to or through the grass mounds appears a large ruin worth discovery. A few info boards give you clues to its history and refers to the HUGE grounds that were affiliated....  more »
  • Very enjoyable visit to see the castle at Ludgershall during a beautiful evening. Parking is easy to find, there are about 5 spaces, although there is plenty of parking in the town. The castle is larger than I expected, the walk around the ruins is pleasant but not very even.
  • Free! Nice walks and interesting, 10 mins visit tho

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