Satellite navigation users: Post Code TN8 7NG
Hever Castle is located 30 miles from central London, 3 miles southeast of Edenbridge off the B2026 between Sevenoaks and East Grinstead in the village of Hever.
It can be reached via junction 10 of the M23, and is signposted from junctions 5 and 6 of the M25 and the Hildenborough exit of the A21.
Coach drivers and group organisers are advised to check the route before travel as there are a number of low bridges in the surrounding area. If you are travelling in a double-decker coach please contact us for alternative directions.
Parking is free and accessible parking is available. Please note that Hever Castle cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to vehicles or their contents whilst you are parked on site.
Please note that there is more than one car park. On arrival, you will be met by staff to guide you to the car park that is open for use. If you have accessible needs please notify them. If you are meeting friends and family, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that you will be located in the same car park. Car parks close 15 minutes after last exit from the grounds, staff are in attendance to ensure that all cars are accounted for.
Please be aware that horse riders are in the area, please slow down and pass wide and slow. Further advice can be found here.
Trains run from London Victoria and London Bridge (via Oxted or East Croydon) to Edenbridge Town Station, and then take a taxi for three miles to the castle. Relyon Taxis are near the station, telephone 01732 863800. We suggest that you book a taxi in advance for both legs of your journey.
Hever Station (next on line, unmanned and no taxis) is a one-mile rural walk to the castle. (Map of walk from station to castle). As you leave the platform you will also see another map on your left. This will guide you to Hever Castle, but you simply need to look out for red and white wooden posts.
There are no regular bus services to Hever Castle.
Plan your journey using Trainline.
Dover is 1½ hours away by road as is the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone.
2019 – Grounds open at 10:30 am – Castle opens at 12:00 noon
On arrival you will receive a leaflet with opening times for all attractions and amenities.
N.B. From 5 – 8 September the grounds will open at 9:30am.
|Date||Last entry||Final Exit|
Main Season 2019
31 Mar – 26 Oct
Winter Season 2019
27 Oct – 3 Nov
6 Nov – 22 Nov
(Wed – Sun)
|Christmas Season 2019|
23 Nov – 8 Dec
(Wed – Sun)
9 – 23 Dec
|Winter Walks 2019/20|
27 Dec – 1 Jan
|Early Spring Season 2020|
8 Feb – 29 Mar
Main Season 2020
30 Mar – 23 Oct
Winter Season 2020
24 Oct – 20 Nov
(Wed – Sun)
This place is too amazing to put into words and give it justice.
Frank Armstrong on facebook
Brilliant family day out.
S. J on Trip Advisor
Beautiful house and gardens. Especially at this time of year, with the Magic of Christmas event.
Mandy Cullen on Facebook
Beautiful and a great day out!!
Amanda on trip Advisor
Brilliant day out for all the family, even the dog.
Lorraine Warne on Facebook
Rebecca R on TripAdvisor