Explore historic Leeds Castle - a fascinating day out for all the family with falconry displays and regular events. Be amazed by the Maze and Underground Grotto. Even take a Segway tour of the castle.
2019 is the 900th Anniversary of the Leeds Castle.
Visit the Castle website
What makes it special
- Visit this fascinating Kent castle in a lake
- Explore the Dog Collar exhibition
April to September - 10:00 to 18:00
(Castle - 10:30 to 17:30)
October to March - 10:00 to 17:00
(Castle - 10:30 to 16:00)
Adults - £26 (online £25)
Senior Citizens (65+) - £24 (online £23)
Students - £24 (online £23.50)
Children (4-15) - £17.50 (online £16.50)
Visitor with disability (Adult + Free Carer) - £23 (online £22)
Visitor with disability (Child (4-15) + Free Carer) - £14.50 (online £13.50)
Family (1 Adult & up to 5 children) - £74 (online £70)
Family (2 Adult & up to 4 children) - £74 (online £70)
Freedom Pass (includes repeat journeys on the Land Train and Black Swan Ferry) - +£8.00 on above prices
Other things to do nearby
YHA Medway is in a great area for all cyclists. Capstone Country Park has plenty of cycling routes for all abilities.
The longest artificial slope in the South East, try your hand at skiing, snowboarding and snow-tubing! Visit the Snowsports website
The hostel is close to the lovely North Downs Way, a great walking route just waiting to be discovered.
0 miles Have a day exploring this beautiful green space of ancient woodland, freshwater lakes and fascinating wildlife. Visit the website
Learn more about maritime history in Chatham at this interesting heritage site and museum. Visit the Dockyard website
A stunning Norman castle with panoramic views over the town and River Medway has a complex history of destruction and rebuilding. Sometimes hosts fairs in its grounds See the English Heritage
The best way to see and learn the history and culture of Canterbury.
Visit one of England’s oldest parks when in Canterbury.
High Rocks, with its world class Southern sandstone climbing, is about 40 minutes drive from YHA South Downs, near Tunbridge Wells.
Situated just a stone’s throw from Canterbury city centre, Canterbury Cathedral is a must when visiting the area.
If you’d like to escape to open space, the traditional seaside town of Herne Bay is a 30-minute drive away. Stretch your legs along its 2-mile seafront.
With one of the longest dramatic and varied coastlines in the country, Kent has five of the best cycle routes - passing castles, ancient churches, historic houses and many splendid gardens.