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Chiddingstone Castle

Kent

50% off entry

Set in 35 acres of informal grounds, this country house with Tudor origins and Victorian rooms was redesigned to resemble a medieval castle in the 19th century.

The house is filled with extraordinary artefacts which were collected by one man, Denys Eyre Bower, who lived at the Castle from 1955 to 1977. The collections include Japanese lacquer and Samurai armour, Ancient Egyptian artefacts, Buddhist objects, Stuart paintings and Jacobite manuscripts.

The grounds feature views of the North Downs, a Victorian Orangery, large open lawns, woodland and a lake which is naturally stocked and can be fished all year round. From the Castle you can take a five-minute stroll over the bridge crossing our lake into the charming village of Chiddingstone.

Enjoy a light lunch or cream tea served at your table on traditional china, and browse the Gift Shop in the Well Tower which sells a delightful array of local produce, gifts, antiques and second hand books. Dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds and courtyard tea room.


Chiddingstone Castle

Hill Hoath Road, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7AD

01892 870347

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Opening times

Grounds and woodlands are open daily throughout the year. An honesty box is available in the car park for donations. The house and collections are closed for the winter, reopening in Spring 2021.

Grounds and woodlands are open daily throughout the year. An honesty box is available in the car park for donations. The house and collections are closed for the winter, reopening in Spring 2021.

With a National Art Pass you get

50% off entry
£9.50
£4.75
Standard entry price

Price displayed is based on a standard venue entry price. Prices may vary according to ticket type and entry day/time.

Price correct at time of publication.

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