Hever Castle & Gardens is part of a major advertising campaign to encourage people to visit Kent this Summer.
Striking images of Anne Boleyn’s childhood home will be appearing across London underground and overground stations, including large screens at London Victoria and Liverpool Street stations, and in targeted digital adverts across TripAdvisor, National Rail, and TFL websites.
Hever Castle will be featured alongside other Kent attractions and destinations including Dover Castle, Viking Bay Broadstairs, Ramsgate Harbour, Shepherd Neame and Folkestone Artworks as part of the Kent Contemporary advertising campaign organised by Visit Kent.
Sarah Cole, Hever Castle’s Marketing and Communications Manager said: “Set in rural countryside, less than one hour from London, Hever Castle is delighted to be part of this Visit Kent advertising campaign to showcase what Kent has to offer to those living in, commuting to and visiting London and the surrounding areas. The imagery used is tremendously striking and perfectly encapsulates the beauty, history and diversity that the county has to offer for the ideal staycation and an experience to remember.”
Now in its 7th year, the award-winning Kent Contemporary advertising campaign has been developed in partnership with M&C Saatchi, AKA Media, and Southeastern.