Raby Castle Virtual Tour
We were recently invited to Raby Castle to help them showcase the castle with a 360 viewing that you can check out right now! They wanted us to help create a virtual 3D tour to help you explore the castle even through these exceptional times. Raby Castle is without doubt one of the most impressive intact castles in the North of England. It was built in the 14th century by the powerful Nevill family. The approach to the castle is particularly beautiful as its towers and turrets appear and disappear amongst the trees of the surrounding parkland with its ornamental lakes and herds of deer. The exterior with medieval towers, turrets and embattled walls dates back to the 11th Century.
One of the tours we captured was in The Grand Kitchen. The Kitchen at Raby Castle was built in 1360 and was in continuous use for 600 years. Originally the cooking would have been done on roaring open fires; This kitchen was used until around 1954. The sculleries were added in the mid-18th century, which you can see clearly in our 3D tour.
The 3D tour we have created will help you to explore the castle like never before. Taking you to places that are inaccessible to the public, making this experience the next best thing to actually being there. If you worry about going places due to wheelchair access don’t worry our tour can help you to view the different rooms in the castle with ease.