Cowdray Ruins

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Cowdray Ruins: Cowdray is one of Southern England's most important early Tudor courtier's palaces set in the stunning grounds of Cowdray Park, Midhurst, West Sussex. Built from 1520 and partly destroyed by fire in 1793, royal visitors included Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Explore the Tudor kitchens, splendid gatehouse, visitor centre and shop

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Cowdray Ruins is situated in Midhurst, West Sussex and visitors should use the main North Street car park, following the brown COWDRAY tourist signs.

Bus

The nearest bus stop is conveniently situated in the North Street car, and then a short walk down The Causeway leads to the Ruins.

Train

The nearest train stations are Haslemere or Chichester, which are 15 and 25 minutes away respectively.

Admission

Opening times (18 Mach-October):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
--10:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:00

Prices:
AdultsChild (5-16)OAPFamily
£5.50£3.00£5.00£13.00

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Contact

Phone: +44 1730 810781
Email: info@cowdray.org.uk

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