A visit to a castle leaves a rich feeling in your hearts for quite a long time. Not only can you learn about the history associated with the structure, but you can also have a superficial taste of the royal ways of living. When it comes to knights and castles, England remains as the undaunted winner – for centuries, they have reigned over various lands and have left their astounding architectural imprints behind. The Isle of Wight, located in the country, holds one such royal jewel – the Carisbrooke Castle located in the Carisbrooke village.
The structure, which dates back to the twelfth century, has quite an emotional history attached to it and hence has flocks of tourists visiting the place every year. This is the place where King Charles the first was imprisoned. This is also the supposed burial of Wihtgar. The room where Elizabeth was imprisoned is also very popular.