Castillo de Hever
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Hever Castle, where Henry the Eight lived with Anne Boleyn, is a hour's drive from Hastings but who would not want to refresh his memory of the Tudor period?
One of our favourite castles with beautiful gardens, restaurants and all sorts of activities for the whole family. Check Google Maps for best way to get there
Anne Boleyn home one of Henry V111”s wives. Set in beautiful countryside. Great for kids has a water maze & adventure playground.
A beautiful moated castle and birthplace of Ann Boleyn. A castle with everything - historic furniture, paintings, gardens, lake, extensive childrens playground ...
Connected to Ann Boleyn and king Henry VIII. Very interesting inside the castle and lovely grounds including a maze and water maze.
Hever Castle is back and ready for your family fun day out! Take the little ones for a tour around a historic castle (the childhood home of Anne Boleyn!) and let them peek at King Henry VIII’s real-life bedchamber. Once you’re satisfied they’ve had their history lesson, the water maze and play areas…
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