Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

DEDDINGTON CASTLE


DEDDINGTON CASTLE
Photo Gregg Archer

The earthworks of the 11th century castle are on the east of the town and comprise some 8 acres. At the start of the 12th century a new stone fortification was constructed with outer towers, but by the 1500's it was abandoned and being demolished although parts were used during the Civil War. Now in a public park, the remaining foundations are below ground.

Managed by English Heritage


 

Directions
On the A4260/B4031. 8 miles south of Banbury
Castle St, Deddington OX15 0TP

 



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