What has been filmed at Broughton Castle?

What has been filmed at Broughton Castle?

In film and television Scenes from the films The Slipper and the Rose (1976), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982), Oxford Blues (1984), Three Men and a Little Lady (1990), The Madness of King George (1994), Shakespeare in Love (1998), and Jane Eyre (2011) were shot at the castle.

Can you walk around Broughton Castle?

Enjoy a short stroll around Broughton Castle and Broughton park on this interesting walk in Oxfordshire. You can walk around the pretty Broughton park at any time for free though! The history of the house is very interesting with the core built in the early 14th century.

Is Broughton Castle grounds open?

CASTLE, GARDEN AND TEAROOM OPEN 2pm – 5pm (last admission 4.30pm). Please check the website on the day you intend to visit BEFORE you travel for the latest updates.

Who lives in Broughton Castle?

Broughton Castle is the family home of the 21st Lord and Lady Saye & Sele, whose family name is Fiennes. The ownership of the Castle has remained in the same family since 1447.

Is Ralph Fiennes related to Broughton Castle?

Two generations later, Banbury historian and detectorist Keith Westcott discovered one of the largest Roman villas in England at Broughton. And linking the two is the Fiennes family – for Ralph Fiennes is a cousin of the Fiennes family whose ancestral home is Broughton Castle on whose estate the villa was found.

Is Wroxton Abbey open today?

Opening times Open all year daily from dawn to dusk.

When was Broughton Castle built?

about 1300
Historic Broughton Castle is a family home lived in by Lord and Lady Saye and Sele, and their family. The original medieval manor house, of which much remains today, was built in about 1300 by Sir John de Broughton.

Who built Wallingford Castle?

William the Conqueror
This fragment of wall is all that is left of Wallingford Castle. The castle was begun in 1067 by order of William the Conqueror. A Motte and Bailey castle was complete by 1071. It was expanded in the 13th century under King John, and King Henry III.

Why does Ralph Fiennes have 3 last names?

Because his given name is pronounced /reɪf/, it is sometimes seen (incorrectly) spelt as Rafe. His grandfathers were industrialist Sir Maurice Fiennes (1907–1994) and Brigadier Henry Alleyne Lash (1901–1975).