Hever Castle is urging customers to support Museum Shop Sunday on Sunday 28 November.
Currently in its fifth year, Museum Shop Sunday generates awareness and revenue for cultural retail organisations in the run up to Christmas.
The online shop offers a wonderful selection of gifts from local food and drink, to china, clothing, books, golfing products and unique gifts and mementoes.
Many reflect the castle’s colourful history while others showcase the best of classic and contemporary design.
Other bespoke Christmas gifts from Hever Castle include the divorced beheaded died divorced beheaded survived range with a bookmark, coaster, shopping bag, mug, notebook, t-shirt, tea towel and pen on sale.
Customers can also enjoy online exclusives including B printed wrapping paper and a divorced beheaded died divorced beheaded survived full colour mug.
Brighten up your Christmas tree with the Hever Castle online shop’s range of Anne Boleyn or Anne of Cleves themed baubles from £10.
Ashley Collins, Head of Retail said: “Museums and cultural institutions such as Hever Castle need support during this difficult year and Museum Shop Sunday is a great opportunity to stock up on Christmas gifts and support your favourite historic attraction.”
Museum Shop Sunday is an annual event organised by the Association for Cultural Enterprises in partnership with the Museum Store Association based in Washington, DC and the Museum Shops Association of Australia and New Zealand.