Oxwich Castle is a Grade I listed castle, although it’s not a proper castle, but more a grand Tudor house, built in a courtyard style
.It was built by the Mansel family in a lovely spot on a wooded headland above Oxwich Bay in the Gower. They did live in before moving to their other property Margam Abbey. Oxwich Castle was leased out as a residence and gradually saw the east side fall into disrepair. It was in 1949 that Oxwich Castle was rescued from demolition by Lady Apsley and put under state care. Nowadays it is maintained by Cadw
There are many Family Friendly Events held here throughout the year and it has Toilets, Baby Changing Facilities, Parking and Picnic areas.
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24th March – 4th November
Wednesday to Sunday 10am - 5pm
Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Closed Monday and Tuesday, except for Bank Holidays then Oxwich Castle will be open on the Monday but Closed Tuesday and Wednesday of that week.
Adult - £4.00
Family - £11.60 - Admits 2 adults and up to 3 children under 16
Member - Am ddim/Free
Disabled and companion - Am ddim/Free
Student and children under 16 - £2.40
Senior Citizen - £3.20
All children under 5 receive free entry.
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