When you’re here
Things to do and see at Eastnor Castle
Visitors of all ages will find so many things to do at Eastnor Castle. Whether visiting as a family, a group, a couple or alone, the list of things to do is a long one!
Visitors can explore the state rooms within Eastnor Castle where guides are on hand in every room to pass on their expert knowledge on the fascinating history of the castle.
The beautiful grounds are home to a spectacular arboretum and a magnificent lake where visitors can walk freely or follow set trails and walks to discover some breathtaking views and landscapes.
Fun for children is high on the agenda at Eastnor and a special children’s booklet is given to all children with a pencil when they arrive to encourage them to see and take part in the many children’s fun activities such as the Adventure Playground, the Knight’s Maze, the Junior Obstacle Course and Woodland Play Area. There are rope swings on a number of trees in the Grounds too.
Discover the Grounds
Spend some time discovering the grounds. See an Arboretum full of spectacular trees and enjoy a walk round the 14 acre lake.
Explore the Castle
There are friendly, experienced and well informed guides in all of the rooms offering information and history on the Castle.
Fun for Children
When it comes to fun for children, Eastnor Castle is brimming with things to entertain and excite children of all ages!
The Knight’s Maze at Eastnor Castle is one of our most popular attractions and has challenged visitors for 25 years.
The Castle Tea Room
The Castle Tea Room is set in the old castle kitchen and serves a delicious range of homemade snacks and lunches.
Ice Cream Parlour
The Ice Cream Parlour is close to the playground in the tearoom courtyard and is a popular stop for all the family.
“Really lovely place, very peaceful but also kept 4 teenagers busy for 5 hours! Loads of beautiful space and very friendly staff.”
Don’t leave your dog at home
Eastnor Castle is very proud to be a Dogs Welcome tourist attraction and one of the few stately homes where dogs are welcome into its grounds and house.
If they are on a lead, your dog is welcome to wander with you when you visit, and every owner is offered dog waste bags on arrival. There is also a dedicated ‘Dogs-Off-Leads Area’ where dogs are free to run amongst the trees!