Important COVID-19

Vaccine passes are no longer required to visit Larnach Castle. We do ask that face masks are worn unless seated in the Ballroom café.

Larnach Castle & Gardens - Prices and Concessions


All prices are valid until 30th September 2022. All entry fees contribute to the ongoing restoration of Larnach Castle.

Castle, Gardens & Grounds Access (self-guided)

Entry to the Castle including the tower, ballroom cafe, gift shop, Castle gardens, grounds, historic stables and outbuildings. Informative brochure provided, in several languages, for self-guided tour of Castle, gardens and grounds.
  • Adult $37.00
  • Child (aged 5 - 14) FREE
  • Child (aged 0 - 4) FREE

Dogs

Dogs are allowed if they are on a leash - we ask owners to clean up after their pets, poo bags available from the gift shop

Pre-bookings are not required, however you can CLICK HERE to book your Larnach Castle visit online



Gardens & Grounds Only (self-guided)

Entry to the Castle's gardens and grounds, ballroom cafe, historic stables and outbuildings. Informative garden and native plant trail brochures and maps provided to assist with exploring the gardens and grounds.
  • Adult $18.50
  • Child (aged 5 - 14) FREE
  • Child (aged 0 - 4) FREE

Pre-bookings are not required, however you can CLICK HERE to book your Larnach Castle visit online

'Loyal Local' pass

This pass have been designed for Otago locals.  Purchase either a Castle and Garden ($37.00) entry or a Garden only entry ($18.50) and recieve a correspnding 12 month pass that entitles you to free entry for 12 months.

Guided Tours at other times

Exclusive one hour guided tours providing greater detail of either the Castle and its history, or the development and creation of the gardens. Advanced booking required. Add $125 per guide to the above prices.


Other Services

Larnach offers a High Tea daily in the Ballroom Cafe, view more information HERE.

Please note that pre-booking 24 hours in advance is required.

 


 

 



Qualmark Endorsed Visitor Activity
New Zealand Gardens Trust
Landmarks New Zealand
Tiaki - Care for New Zealand

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