We’re delighted to announce that the new Tudor Towers Adventure Playground is now open to the public.
Aimed at children 7-14, explore the new Tudor Towers Adventure Playground – a nine metre tall wooden play castle, bigger than a four bedroom house and complete with its own moat, drawbridge and three turrets!
Kids rule this castle, with three towers to climb and two fireman’s poles to escape via, children will love discovering what’s next in the new adventure playground.
Experience a castle under siege with one side incomplete as if it’s been attacked and a cargo net to scale; listen out for the noise of fellow archers about to engage in battle!
Children can let off steam as they race around the castle which has a central courtyard where they can spot their next conquest – including netted tunnels suspended high up in the air.e air.
Climb down the well and crawl along a secret passage on your quest through the castle. Bravely pass through the fireplace into the Tudor Dining Hall; and for those brave enough to enter, there’s even a hidden dungeon to navigate!
With instruments to play and a roof maze to solve, it’s sure to entertain everyone.
Children from Hever Primary School were among the first to try out the new play area and gave it the thumbs up.
Duncan Leslie CEO said:
“This has been quite an undertaking doing this project and a great team effort pulling it together. There is a good chance that one day this building might be listed because it’s built to last.”
FRLA Ltd designed Tudor Towers and it was constructed by West Sussex-based Duncan and Grove.