Circus Fun at Leeds Castle this Easter – 30th March to 2nd April

Prepare to be amazed this Easter holiday as ‘Tarzanna’ presents a playful aerial theatre show, where the performers literally climb, jump and swing through the air before your eyes. A fun-filled show for the whole family where children can learn circus skills throughout the day, including the trapeze and tightrope.

The fun continues at the castle until 15th April with their ‘Easter Quest’. Seek out clues hidden around the castle grounds on a fun quest for children of all ages. Answer each of the questions and receive a chocolate treat as a reward. There is an additional £1 charge for the Easter Quest, although both events are included in the price of admission.

There are plenty of reasons to visit Leeds Castle again and again with your annual ticket from exploring the Yew Maze to conquering the Knight’s Realm and Squires’ Courtyard adventure playgrounds to daily free-flying falconry displays.

The grounds of the castle will be abundant with beautiful birds to see during your visit from black swans to nuthatch and great crested grebe to name but a few. For fantastic souvenirs and delicious treats don’t forget to pop into the gift shops, cafés and Castle View Restaurant this holiday.

A valid admission ticket to Leeds Castle is required for this event. Annual tickets cost £24.90 for adults; £21.90 for seniors and visitors with disabilities (carer goes free); £16.90 for children (under 4s free). Annual tickets are valid for 12 months so you can pay once and visit all year round. For more information on Leeds Castle attractions, activities and events during 2018 visit the website at

Leeds Castle is located near Maidstone in Kent just off Junction 8 of the M20 and only one hour’s drive from London. Grounds open at 10am daily and the castle is open from 10.30am. Last admission is 3pm and gates close at 5pm (October to March).



Leeds Castle and insideKENT are giving you the chance to win an annual family ticket to Leeds Castle, plus an overnight stay including breakfast in a medieval glamping pavilion at Knight’s Glamping.

To win, all you have to do is follow @insideKENT and @leedscastleuk on Twitter and tweet @insideKENT with ‘Win a family ticket to Leeds Castle’ and the answer to this question:

Q: At what time do the grounds at Leeds Castle open?

A: 9.30am B: 10am C: 11am


Terms and Conditions:
Prize includes an annual family ticket to Leeds Castle for two adults and two children, plus an overnight stay including breakfast in a medieval glamping pavilion at Knight’s Glamping on a Sunday-Thursday (subject to availability; not valid on weekends).  


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