Eastnor Castle

Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1RL | (01531) 633160

Just a short drive from Ledbury, Eastnor Castle is a historic visitor attraction nestled at the bottom of the Malvern Hills.

Open on selected dates from Easter to the end of September, visitors can explore the 19th century castle’s impressive state rooms, rich interiors and medieval armour.

It’s a fantastic day out for families, with an adventure playground, junior obstacle course and challenging maze among the wealth of outdoor activities available. Plus, Eastnor Castle is also one of the few historic houses that welcomes dogs inside as well as in its grounds, so four-legged friends needn’t be left out.

With a varied events timetable, the castle hosts everything from its annual ChilliFest and vintage steam display, to alfresco theatre and family fun days; as well as catering for weddings and corporate events as an exclusive-hire venue.

For more information, visit eastnorcastle.com.

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