Following the recent opening of the Cedar Lawn and the Princess Alexandra Gardens,
we now are able to announce the next stage of opening. The Adventure Playgrounds, Bird of Prey Centre, Adventure Golf, Lady Baillie and Culpeper Gardens will open from Monday 13th July.
To make sure everyone is safe and able to follow the guidelines on social distancing, we are having to restrict the number of visitors we can admit each day. This means if you would like to visit you will need to book a time slot online.
If you already have a ticket you can book for free.
Currently we are unable to accept cash anywhere on the estate due to health and safety guidance.
We are very excited to be opening more of the estate and continue to welcome our visitors back.
Thank you for supporting the Leeds Castle Foundation, the charity that preserves
and protects the Castle and its grounds for this and future generations.
What’s open now and what will open later
The Cedar Lawn and Princess Alexandra Gardens are now open.
The Adventure Playgrounds, Bird of Prey Centre, Adventure Golf, Lady Baillie and Culpeper Gardens will open from Monday 13th July.
The toilet facilities will be open at the main entrance, Whistle Stop Café and the Adventure Playground toilet blocks (from 13th July). These will be monitored and cleaned by our janitor team.
The Stable Yard Café and Ticket Office kiosk are open now, alongside our new Solley’s Ice Cream truck. The Maze Café will reopen from 13th July and a BBQ will also be available daily from the maze area. Castle View Restaurant will reopen for evening bookings only from 24th July. During the day the restaurant and Costa Coffee will remain closed until further notice.
The shops at the main entrance and on the Castle Island are closed until further notice. The shop by the playgrounds will be open from 13th July.
The Castle, Maze, Falconry Arena/Displays, Punting,
Dog Collar Museum, Gatehouse Exhibition, Black Swan Ferry
and Castle Train will remain closed for now. However, we will be gradually opening up more attractions in the next few weeks.