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Conisbrough Castle's unique keep has been dramatically re-presented as part of a major Heritage Lottery Funded project, and the site is now open to the public.
The lofty 12th century keep of this very well-preserved building, now complete with its restored roof and floors, is a magnificent sight. It had a major role to play in the Wars of the Roses, was once owned by Richard of York and even featured in Sir Walter Scottâ€™s Ivanhoe.
English Heritage has given this 12th century castle the latest in 21st century presentations. The keepâ€™s three floors are inhabited by wall-projected, larger than life characters who talk to visitors, a range of audio visuals, and display panels in â€˜graphic novelâ€™ style. These tell the story of Hamelin, who built the current castle, and his wife Isabel.
Visitors will also receive a first class welcome in the castleâ€™s brand new visitor centre.