Auckland Castle Deer House

Point Of Interest

Has not been rated.


Jock's Bridge, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7QG, England


This is a charming Gothic Revival 'eyecatcher' built in 1760 in the park of the Bishops of Durham. It provided deer with shelter and food, and had grounds for picnics and rooms for enjoying the view. Opening Times: There is no access to the interior. The exterior is open to view from the surrounding parkland daily, 10am-6pm between April and September, and 10am-4pm between October and March. Access: Paths are very uneven and part of the route is over grass. Parking: Charged parking is available in Bishop Auckland, not managed by English Heritage. The Deer House is within parkland behind Auckland Castle. Facilities: Nearby Bishop Auckland has a range of places to eat, drink and shop. There are public toilets in the bus station. Dogs: Please keep dogs on leads. Please be aware: Farm livestock is likely to be present. Other Information: Auckland Castle is managed by The Auckland Project.

Read more



Lat: 54.668623 Lng: -1.666742

User Reviews

Site has no reviews


For more reviews download WikiCamps NOW!

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play Get it on the Microsoft Store

Minimum requirements: iOS 12, Android 6, Windows 10