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Castle Unveils Bumper Events - Visit 1066 Country

Castle Unveils Bumper Events

27th January 2017

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Hastings Castle has announced plans for a busy programme of events and activities for 2017.

The historic attraction will be staging a series of exciting initiatives throughout the year as part of a major events calendar.

Among the new activities will be an open air cinema, Medieval Weekends, themed historical events, Dragon Day, Teddy Bears’ Picnic, a travelling petting zoo and a Family Festival.

Hastings Castle’s Leanna Lawson said: “We are delighted to be able to announce such a packed programme of new activities and events at the castle this year.

“It’s the first time we have been able to put on and stage such a wide range of exciting and fun events and we are looking forward to welcoming lots of new visitors of all ages throughout the year.

“We’re still awaiting final confirmation of the details for some of the activities and as soon as we have them we’ll be letting everyone know.

“The castle is an amazing place in a fabulous location and provides the perfect setting for all sorts of activities,” she added.

With its stunning views across the town and out to sea Hastings Castle is forever linked with the most famous date in English history 1066. 

Visitors can walk around the ruins of Hastings Castle and explore the cloistered chapel, the East Gate and the Chapter House.

They can also discover the dungeons carved out of the rock beneath the North Gate and find out all about the fascinating history of Britain’s first Norman castle.

The Castle will be open daily during February Half Term then open from 10am daily from 1st April to November.

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