Opening Times & Prices
A Wonderful Castle in the heart of Lincolnshire. Grimsthorpe is a historic house, park & garden, open in the summer for adults and children to enjoy the countryside, nature and history.
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Opening Times & Prices


Park & Gardens ticket


Adult £7.00
Concession £6.00
Child (5-18 years) £3.00

Family (2+3) £17.00


Castle, Park & Gardens ticket


Adult £13.00
Concession £12.00
Child (5-18 years) £5.50
Family (2+3) £31.50


Season Ticket 2019


Adult – £24.00

Child (5-18 years) – £8.00

Family (2+3) – £56.00

Open in the summer for everyone to enjoy the countryside, nature and history…

2019 Season

PARK & GARDENS open 10.30am to 6.00pm.

June – September : Sunday to Thursday inclusive

Last admission to park 5.00pm.


CASTLE opens 12noon on the same days as the park. (last admission 3pm). Guides are available in rooms to answer questions. Each day at 2pm there is a one-hour guided tour (spaces are limited).




A Season ticket gives access to the Park and Gardens on standard open days and one visit to the Castle plus other benefits. Purchase online (from October 20th). See the special section on our home page for full terms and conditions.

If you have enjoyed a visit to Grimsthorpe you can help us by sending a review to Trip Advisor. Click on this link to go directly to our page on Trip Advisor. Your comments will help us to ensure that the work done here to maintain the estate can be enjoyed by others. The Castle, Park and Gardens are here for people to discover and enjoy and we are doing our best to ensure that it remains for future generations.