Hever Castle & Gardens
Experience 700 years of history at the romantic double-moated castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. The splendid rooms contain fine furniture, tapestries, antiques, an important collection of Tudor paintings and two prayer books inscribed and signed by Anne Boleyn herself.
Discover magnificent award-winning gardens set in 125 acres of glorious grounds at Hever Castle. Marvel at the Pompeiian Wall and classical statuary in the Italian Garden; admire the giant topiary chess set and inhale the fragrance of over 4,000 rose bushes in the quintessential English Rose Garden.
The Loggia, overlooking the 38-acre lake, is the perfect spot to relax before exploring the many cascades, grottoes and fountains. A stroll through the Tudor Garden, Diana's Walk, Blue Corner or Rhododendron Walk, provide colour and interest throughout the year.
Wander further afield and enjoy Sunday Walk and Church Gill Walk that follow the course of a stream through peaceful woodland or Anne Boleyn's Walk, with its impressive collection of trees planted more than 100 years ago.
Opening Times: 10.30am - 6pm (main season) and 10.30am - 4.30pm (spring & winter season).
Main Season 26 Mar - 28 Oct (Daily), see website for spring and winter season dates.
Admission Rates: Gardens only Adult £14.50, Senior £12.95 Child £9.20, Family £39.90
Castle & Gardens Adult £17.25, Senior £15.00 Child £9.75, Family £45.50.
Group Rates: Minimum group size 15. Gardens only Adults £11.00, Senior £10.60. Castle & Gardens
Adults £13.00, Senior £12.25
Facilities: Shop, Plant Sales, Restaurant, Adventure Playground, Yew Maze, dogs allowed on leads
Disabled Access: Yes. Wheelchair loan available
Toilets on site: Yes
Car/Coach Parking: Yes
Guided Tours: Yes booking required
Length of Visit: 3 - 4 hours
Booking Contact: Hever Castle & Gardens, Hever, Edenbridge Kent TN8 7NG
Telephone: 01732 865224
Location: 3 miles southeast of Edenbridge off the B2026 between Sevenoaks and East Grinstead in the village of Hever. It can be reached via junction 10 of the M23, and is signposted from junctions 5 and 6 of the M25 and the Hildenborough exit of the A21.