If you and your family love exploring historical sites, make sure you pay Ludgershall Castle a visit!
You can find this beautiful 11th century ruin in Ludgershall on Castle Street in Wiltshire. The car park is also free and you can visit any reasonable time during daylight hours.
English Heritage believe the Castle was inhabited by the sheriff of Wiltshire in the late 11th century, and that it was improved during the 13th century by King John and his son Henry III. The Castle was used as a hunting lodge at this point. In the nearby village you can also see the remains of a 14th century cross.
Concessions: Free entry