Experience 700 years of history at the romantic double-moated 13th century castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I.
Discover magnificent award-winning gardens set in 125 acres of glorious grounds. No matter what time of year you visit you are guaranteed a breath-taking display.
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An open air venue set in the gardens of Hever Castle presenting a wide selection of shows.
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A luxury collection of 28 stunning bedrooms located in the Astor Wing & the Anne Boleyn Wing, an Edwardian Wing attached to the Castle and connected inside.
A luxurious four bedroom ‘five star gold’ rated property, forming part of the Astor Wing and accommodating up to 8 guests
A superior selection of unique, self-catering holiday cottages situated throughout the UK in areas of outstanding natural beauty.
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With a choice of four function spaces each venue has its own unique character and all areas are available for corporate and private events.
Enjoy a personal golf buggy parked outside your residence at the Castle and a 27 hole championship course, which forms part of the Estate.
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Day tickets can be purchased on admission or online. Online tickets cannot be purchased on the day of your visit.
Annual Membership provides unlimited admission for 12 months from the date of issue. Visit just 3 times to start saving.
Day tickets include entry to most events except where stated, some additional charges may apply – see WHAT’S ON pages.
Hever Castle & Gardens is the perfect setting for a day out whether alone, with friends or family. For history lovers this castle in Kent is a great place to learn not just about the Tudors, but also about the Astor family, who were the owners of Hever Castle for 80 years from 1903 and were responsible for most of what you see today.
Spend hours admiring not only the lovely interiors and historic elements but also the stunning grounds with statues and a variety of ornamental gardens, making it an ideal day out for horticultural lovers.
Children can enjoy the playground, while squeals of delight can be heard as visitors of all ages enjoy the challenge of finding their way through the Water Maze and the 100 year old Yew Maze. There’s a fascinating collection of miniature model houses and a beautiful lake that you can take boat rides on or a leisurely walk around. You can even try your hand at archery, paint a shield or watch a jousting event.
The many attractions at Hever Castle open and close at different times and some have additional charges so please read the additional information available on this website.
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