Making a visit
- Monday – Saturday
10.00am – 5.00pm
Last admission 4.30pm
11.00am – 5.00pm
Last admission 4.30pm
- Adult (inc. Seniors) – £7.75
- Child (aged 4-16) – £4.80
- Reduced Entrance Fee – £4.80*
- Saver ticket – £21.00**
- 12 or more people
- Adult – £6.70
- Child (ages 4- 16) – £4.10
- Reduced Entrance Fee – £4.10*
- Adult – £3.00
- Child – £1.50
*Disabled visitors and a carer; full-time students 17+; welfare benefit recipients and serving Military personnel – proof of reduced entrance fee status required and may be requested on entry.
**Great for families – for 2 x adults and 2 x children OR 1 x adult and 3 x children.
Group visits must be booked in advance. Please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
Guided tours taking in the roof and Roman vaults can be booked on the day.
Prices valid until 31 March 2018.
What Is It?
The excellent value Castle Pass scheme provides annual admission to Colchester Castle for a great price!
Come back as many times as you like to see how the exhibits and digital aspects change over time.
- 10% off in the Castle gift shop
- Priority entrance at selected annual free entry events
- Special offers / discounts throughout the year
- Buy 1 Get 1 Free for the Camulodunum to Colchester town walking tour
- Adult Pass – £18.50
- Child Pass (aged 4- 16) – £12.50
- Reduced Entry Adult Pass – £12.50*
- Joint Adult Pass – £33.00
- Family Pass – £49.00**
*Disabled visitors, full-time students 17+, welfare benefit recipients; and serving military personnel – proof of reduced price status is required.
**2 x adults and 2 x children OR 1 x adult and 3 x children.
Colchester Castle Museum
Sat Nav – please use CO1 1UG.
To reach Colchester by road, exit the A12 at junction 27 and follow the signs to the town centre.
There are spaces for disabled badge holders by Castle Park in Museum Street, and places in the High Street.
Great value park in Colchester’s award winning Priory Street and Britannia car parks is the perfect choice for your visit and just a few minutes from Colchester Castle, Hollytrees Museum and Natural History Museum.
For whole or part day visits and evenings out during the week and at weekends visit www.colchester.gov.uk/parking for all Colchester’s car parks, deals and hassle free cashless parking with MiPermit to save more time and money.
Colchester is just 58 minutes on the main train line from London or Norwich. Arriving at Colchester Main station, the museums are just a 20 minute walk or a short bus ride to the town centre.
Arriving at Colchester Town station the museums are a 10 minute walk from Colchester Town railway station, up Queens Street and St Botolphs Street.
The museums are a 10 minute walk from the main bus station on Osborne Street.
Find Your Way
Colchester Castle Museum and Hollytrees Museum are located at the end of the High Street. The Natural History Museum is situated opposite the main gates to Colchester Castle Park.
Facilities And Accessibility
Every effort has been made to make Colchester Castle a great place to visit for everybody.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the building, guided tours may be inaccessible for anyone with mobility difficulties. Please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
Two accessible lifts.
Disabled parking available nearby.
Audio guide description facilities.
- Baby changing facilities.
Ladies, gents and accessible toilets.
School lunchroom available for packed lunches (at weekends).
Vending facilities for drinks and snacks.
Castle gift shop for mementos, gifts and more.
Two accessible lifts
Disabled parking available nearby
Audio guide description facilities
- Baby changing facilities
Refurbished ladies/gents and accessible toilets
School lunchroom available for packed lunches (at weekends)
Vending facilities for drinks and snacks
Castle gift shop for mementos, gifts and more