Raby Castle was originally built as a Viking settlement in the 11th century. The current castle was built as a fortress for the Nevill family in the 14th century. It is surrounded by 200 acres of parkland where herds of red and fallow deer live wild.
There is a Yurt cafe offering a menu of sweet and savoury food. Children of all ages will love the latest innovation – The Plotters’ Forest – a thrilling mix of challenge, discovery and intrigue as you explore ground-level forest trails, climb to high walkways and towers. Will you be a Plucky Plotter or a Rotten Rebel?