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With highlights including a line-up of classic vehicles and impressive steam engines, Eastnor Steam Weekend is taking over Eastnor Castle on Sunday 30 to Monday 31 May 2021 for two days of family fun.
For more information and to book tickets, visit eastnorcastle.com/steam-weekend.
Looking even more impressive against the stunning backdrop of Eastnor Castle, engineering enthusiasts can study and explore an impressive line-up of vintage steam engines and classic cars in the castle courtyard.
Keep the kids entertained in the castle grounds with plenty of chances for outdoor play, from zip wires to obstacle courses, as well as trees to climb. Eastnor’s resident entertainer will also be popping up around the grounds to put a smile on young visitors’ faces.
Not to mention there will be hot dogs and nachos for a tasty treat, available from a gazebo in the courtyard.
In addition to the enjoyable event, tickets to the Steam Weekend allow visitors to explore Eastnor’s stunning castle – which will be opening its doors for the very first time this year.
Eastnor is also one of the few stately homes in the UK which welcomes dogs, so the whole family can enjoy a day out in the grounds. With immaculate gardens, lakeside and woodland walks and stunning picnic spots to discover throughout.
Arrival timeslots will be staggered to maintain social distancing and avoid crowding, but visitors are welcome to stay at Eastnor Castle until it closes at 5.30pm.
Please note, in line with government guidance, visitors must attend with their own household, one other household or within the rule of six.
Tickets must be booked online in advance.
For more information, and to book tickets, visit eastnorcastle.com/steam-weekend.
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