Summer of Fun 2022
Eastnor Castle has all the ingredients you need for a Summer of Fun this July and August!
Running Sunday to Thursday from 24th July to 29th August, a visit to Eastnor this summer comes with a promise of fun!
For starters, take a look at everything that’s included in your entrance price:
Junior Obstacle Course
Woodland Play Area
A family-friendly event or activity every day we are open
Not to mention a fascinating castle to explore and acres of grounds to discover!
Adult: £9 | Child: £6 | Family: £24*
* Grounds Only prices, castle upgrades available at time of booking.
Tea Room selling hot & cold drinks, snacks and light lunches
Ice Cream Parlour selling delicious frozen treats
OPEN DATES & TIMES
Sunday to Thursday from 24th July to 25th August (Closed Friday & Saturday)
Sunday to Monday from 28th to 29th August
Grounds Open: 10.30am until 5.30pm
Castle Open: 11.30am until 4.30pm (last admission 4.00pm)
Book your tickets online to save time on arrival. Limited gate tickets are available but can’t be guaranteed on busy days.
The following events/activities are on throughout the summer and included in your entrance price:
Make & Take – Air Dried Pottery
Sun 31st July to Thu 4th August
Try your hand at air-dried pottery with Eastnor’s own Flying Potter! The theme for this year is ‘clay selfies’!
Sun 7th to Thu 11th August
Clown around with Thomas Trilby! Interactive circus fun and workshops throughout the day!
Sun 14th to Thu 18th August
Bhangra-inspired dance workshops throughout the day to get the kids (and adults!) moving and shaking!
Sun 21st to Thu 25th August
Have fun getting grubby in the mud kitchen, hunt for bugs, build dens and follow rope trails!
Woodvilles Living History Camp
Sun 28th to Mon 29th August
Join ‘The Woodvilles’ for an interactive medieval living history show and displays with cooking, crafts and combat.
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!
“A great day out – especially good fun with children as there is plenty for them to do. There are lots of activities such as an assault course, maze, rope-swings, various playgrounds and lovely large picnic areas. Plenty to keep them occupied! There is also a lovely walk around the lake with great views of the castle. There is a cafe and ice cream parlour. Dogs are allowed as well. Good value for a day out!”