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Wallingford Castle
SU 610-896 Oxfordshire England

Wallingford Castle Wallingford Castle is an impressive stone motte and bailey fortress, found by Robert D'Oyley. Built in the Norman layout of two baileys, with the motte in-between, it was demolished in the 17th century, leaving the 16th century Collegiate Church of St Nicholas, its most prominent remains. Visit pending. 12 miles north-west is Oxford Castle. Picture © Neil Goodwin

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Wallingford Castle is located in the town centre, off Castle Lane. 12 miles south-east of Oxford, on the A4074-A329.

The site is managed by Earth Trust and is open daily, April to May 10:00-4:00pm weekends 10:00-6:00pm, June to September 10:00-5:00pm weekends 10:00-6:00pm, October to March 10:00-3:00pm.

There is a car park, off Castle Street.

Wallingford Castle picture and large castle map
Wallingford Castle PictureCastle Map of the Area

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