CONISBOROUGH CASTLE

A wooden Norman structure replaced with an unique 90 foot 1180-90 keep. This is cylindrical in shape and has 6 strengthening buttresses. It fell into decay in the 15th century but the keep and part of the walls still stand.

English Heritage, open all year.


Photo Andrew Tivenan

 

Directions
Off the A630, 5 miles west of Doncaster

 


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