Leeds Castle

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Leeds Castle & Gardens, Leeds, Maidstone, Kent
Leeds Castle & Gardens, Leeds, Maidstone, Kent
A beautiful castle surrounded by 500 acres of parkland and gardens, started life just after the Norman conquest (1066) for 500 hundred years it was the property of the crown, during which time it was fortified and loved by various Kings and Queens.
Leeds Castle
Leeds Castle spanning nearly a 1000 years
Taking a trip through the rooms and passage ways of the Castle will give you a sense of the history of Leeds Castle spanning nearly a 1000 years. Starting in the Norman celler through the Medieval Queens rooms, banqueting rooms and Chapel, then into the twentieth century where you will see rooms decorated in the style of 18th century France. Throughout you will see a rich collection of fine art, tapestries, paintings, furniture, porcelain and many other historical objects.

www.leeds-castle.co.uk

 
Tel: 01622 765400
Location: 24 miles north east of Royal Tunbridge Wells

Admission: castle and grounds: adult £10.00, child £6.50, over 60s & student £8.50, family ticket £29.00 grounds only: adult £8.50, child £5.20, over 60s & student £7.00, family ticket £24.00 rates valid from 1 Mar 2001

Opening Times:
open daily, March-October: 10am-5pm (last admission); November-February: 10am-3pm (last admission); closed 25 December