In 1997 ASFOG (A Society For the Friends of Gwrych) was founded by Mark Baker and in 2001 it changed its name to Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust and became a registered charity. The Trust had been founded to raise awareness of Gwrych’s plight and also to establish a solution for the conservation and preservation of the castle. Through much hard work, a huge amount has been achieved and the profile of the castle has been significantly raised with supporters from all over the globe. The Trust works in partnership with the owners of the castle, EPM UK, to restore Gwrych back to its former glory.
The castle and gardens are open daily between 9am and 4pm for visits.
Prices for a self-guided tour are £5.00 adults/£2.50 children.
Parking for a self guided tour is on the driveway below the castle building. Access to the castle is via the Abergele Gate Lodge at the junction of Tan-y-Gopa Road and the A547.
Please get in touch to book private tours and cream teas. We also are able to host special events.
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