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The castle is the oldest to be continuously owned and occupied by the same family. It is traditionally believed to be the scene of the murder of King Edward in 1327.
The Terrace Garden includes the Butterfly House, the Elizabeth I's bowling lawn, a lily pond and extensive planting.
Berkeley Castle is also used for cultural and private events such as weddings.
For more detailed information about visits and events, see website: http://www.berkeley-castle.com
The family also ownes Spetchley Park, the Gardens of which are open to the public. See also:https://www.tripendy.com/location/spetchley-park-gardens