Attractions

Before Your Visit

Castle Trail

An entertaining trail through the Castle designed for children to spark imagination and encourage discussion about Hever Castle. We recommend allowing 1 hour for your Castle visit. Visitors require a Castle entry ticket to complete the trail.

Maths Trail (KS1)

Take a walk around the grounds and follow the trail looking at patterns, sequences, shapes, estimating and counting. Enjoy drawing your favourite patterns!

Maths Trail (KS2)

Take a walk around the grounds and follow the trail looking at patterns and sequences, shapes and symmetry, estimating and counting. Enjoy drawing your favourite patterns!

Geography Trail (KS2)

Follow the geography trail around the grounds to answer questions about the landscape, environment, and weather. Have a go at sketching and labelling your own maps.

Roman Trail

The Italian Garden houses a wonderful collection of classical statuary purchased by William Waldorf Astor when he was American minister in Rome. Learn about Roman gods and society and have fun with some drawing activities!

Lake Walk Nature Trail

See bird boxes that are home to many varieties of birds, and look out for kingfishers, swans, herons and crested grebes on the lake. Find out about the weir and pillboxes and learn about the history of our man-made lake.

After Your Visit

Make Your Own Tudor Coins

Just colour in, cut out, fold and glue to make your own Tudor coins. Why not sort the Kings and Queens into order too!

Make Your Own Tudor Neck Ruff

Use this template to create your own Tudor neck ruff an item as worn in Western Europe from the mid-sixteenth century to the mid-seventeenth century.

Write a Letter to Anne Boleyn

Write a short thank you letter to Anne telling her about the things you saw and the facts you learnt during your visit to Hever Castle.

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