Welcome to one of Britain's most iconic castles
27 Mar - 24 Jul 2015
Tour the castle's film locations with an entertaining costumed guide!
Learn how to master your broom with our resident wizard professors!
27 Mar - 30 Jun 2015
Take a tour of the State Rooms and discover the magnificent art and furniture collections.
Join the resident costumed artisans of Alnwick Castle for a different medieval craft each day.
See all the exciting things planned for 2015!
The Lion in Wolf Hall: the story of Harry Percy and Anne Boleyn (part IV)
Posted 49 mins ago
The Lion in Wolf Hall: the story of Harry Percy and Anne Boleyn (part III)
Posted 59 mins ago
The Lion in Wolf Hall: the story of Harry Percy and Anne Boleyn (part II)
Posted 7 days ago
Downton Abbey Christmas special announced
Posted 99 days ago
Downton Abbey came to Alnwick Castle
Posted 174 days ago
World War One commemorated
Posted 176 days ago
1066-1315: The first generation of the Percy family in England moved to these shores after the Battle of Hastings.
1315-1403: Border warfare and the rise of Alnwick's teenage knight, Harry Hotspur.
c.1364-1403: Harry Hotspur, Alnwick's most famous son and England's most famous knight.
1413-1670: From battle-hardened warriors to a lover of Anne Boleyn and a gunpowder plotter.
1670-1750: The three year-old Percy heiress, her three marriages and the rise of the Dukes of Somerset.
1740-1786: Restorers of Alnwick Castle; passionate collectors; renowned, fashionable hosts.
1742-1899: A soldier, a volunteer army, Roman antiquities, and a Victoria Cross recipient.
1900-1994: Two World Wars, star-crossed lovers, politics and filmmaking.
Ralph Percy, 12th and current Duke of Northumberland, still lives at Alnwick Castle with his family.