King Arthur's Great Halls

King Arthur's Great Halls

Fore Street, Tintagel, PL34 ODA
Tel: (01840) 770526

Meet King Arthur's knights

These vast halls tell the wonderful story of King Arthur, his Knights of the Round Table and their chivalrous deeds.

King Arthur's Great Halls was the brainchild of the philanthropist millionaire Frederick Thomas Glasscock.
Designed and built in the 1930's and opened in 1933 the granite and slate building encapsulates the world and legend of King Arthur.

King Arthur's Great Halls

The Imposing Granite Throne
Sword in the Stone
Round Tables
Great Hall of Chivalry

Capture the atmosphere of King Arthur's Court

The world famous 72 stained glass windows depict the deeds of the Knights and their Coats of Arms

This is the home of the Arthurian Experience - Robert Powell, as Merlin, takes you on a journey through time, telling Arthur's story in laser lights, music and sound.

From these Halls radiates the worldwide Fellowship of the Knights of the Round Table.


At the top end of Fore Street in Tintagel facing the mini-roundabout.

Enjoy the romance and tragedy of King Arthur, Guinevere and Sir Lancelot in the Electronic Show with light, music, images and classical art. See some of the world's finest stained glass windows in 72 jewelled coloured scenes, depicting the quest for the Holy Grail and the symbolism of chivalry.
Admire the work of local stonemasons craft, using 53 glorious granites, slates and stones from Cornwall, millions of years old. View one of only seven Pillow Swords, hidden by a Victorian secret society and discovered locally.
King Arthur's Great Halls 1st March to 31st October
10am to 5pm
6 days a week.

Admission Charged

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