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Alnwick Castle 2014 television advert
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Shrovetide Football Match
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Happy St. David's Day!
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Group visits to Alnwick Castle in 2015
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World War One commemorated
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Clash of knights at Alnwick Castle
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Buy this weekend's Chronicle newspaper to be in with the chance to win a wedding...
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Behind the castle's medieval walls, a surprising splash of colour!
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Discover opulent State Rooms filled with a stunning array of art and furniture collected over the years by the Percy family.
Dress up in medieval finery and meet the characters of the castle as you join the hustle and bustle of medieval life.
Discover a magnificent collection of art, featuring work by Canaletto, Titian and Van Dyck.
Discover what dwells beneath the castle's walls... A dark adventure not for the fainthearted!
Discover an exhibition of unusual objects meticulously collected by the 1st Duchess of Northumberland.
Discover the history of the Northumberland Fusiliers and their unbroken record of service from 1674 to the present day.
Learn the story of the luxurious state coach which once carried the 3rd Duke of Northumberland to the coronation of Charles X.
Put your knightly skills to the test when you come face-to-face with Northumberland's fearsome dragon!
A fascinating exhibition which delves into the life of Alnwick Castle's most famous son.
Discover the stories of the Percy Tenantry Volunteers, using personal histories of those involved.
Founded by the 3rd Duke in 1826, the Castle Museum was intended to promote the study of the archaeology of the North.
An interesting discovery connected to the Battle of Flodden has been discovered in the castle's archives. Visit our exhibition to find out more...
The wedding dress of Lady Melissa Percy, designed by British designer Bruce Oldfield, is newly on display for 2014.
A new exhibition exploring the impact of the First World War on the castle community through selected personal stories.