Towns in the Cotswold region
Berkeley Castle is a fine example of Norman architecture being completed in 1153 by Maurice Berkeley. Located by the side of the Severn Estuary, this medieval fortress was completed under the command of Henry II and the cell where Edward II was murdered in 1327 is still in existence.
Berkeley Square and Berkeley University California
Berkeley Castle has been home to 24 generations of Berkeleys who have also given their name to Berkeley Square and Berkeley University California
The grounds boast terraced Elizabethan Gardens and there is a Butterfly Farm which can be visited.
Similar Cotswold Attractions: Beckford’s Tower, Blenheim Palace, Broughton Castle, Chedworth Villa, Coughton Court, Gloucester Cathedral, Great Chalfield Manor, Hailes Abbey, Hidcote Manor, Highgrove, Kelmscott Manor, Malmesbury Abbey, Prinknash Abbey, Roman Amphitheatre, Cirencester, Snowshill Manor, Sudeley Castle, The Rococo Gardens, The Roman Baths
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