Climb to the top of the castle and peer down into the spiraling well below. This is one of the deepest castle wells in England, steeped in legend as the hiding place of Richard II's lost treasure.
Thought to be buried here in 1399 the treasure has been missing for centuries despite many attempts to find it.
4th January -14th February; Saturday & Sunday only 10am – 4pm
15 February – 19th February; Daily 10am - 4pm
20th February – 24th March; Saturday & Sunday only 10am – 4pm
25th March onwards - opening times will be available closer to the time
Enjoy the fresh air as you wander along the winding woodland paths surrounding the castle.The beautiful habitat and surrounding Cheshire landscape is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers.
Beeston is home to a wide variety of wildlife from foxes, rabbits and bats to buzzards and even peregrine falcons.