Kielder Castle Visitor Centre | Kielder | Northumberland | NE48 1ER
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Kielder Castle Café and Exhibition are open as follows:-
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Kielder Water & Forest Park is now closed to the visiting public.
The health and welfare of the public is extremely important to us here at Kielder Water & Forest Park and the steps being taken by our partners are designed to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus disease, in line with government advice.
Forestry England has announced ALL their recreation facilities across England will close at 23.59 on 22 March. This includes all Kielder Forest facilities including public toilets at Kielder Castle and Dukes Pantry.
Best for: Cycling, mountain biking and forest activities.
Formerly the hunting lodge for the Duke of Northumberland, the Castle is now home to a variety of exhibitons. It is also the centre for cycling within the Park.
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Inside Kielder Castle, including the café and exhibition space, well-behaved dogs may be brought in if kept on a lead at all times (please be aware other dogs may already be there). Please show consideration to other castle visitors when bringing dogs indoors: they should be reasonably clean, and prevented from causing any kind of fouling or disruption. Visitors with very muddy dogs, or ones that could cause a nuisance to others indoors, can use the picnic tables in the courtyard at Kielder Castle.
For further information on Kielder Castle please see: https://www.forestryengland.uk/kielder-castle