The popular castle near London getting its own beach this summer

Just in time for summer, A CASTLE has opened its own beach near London

leeds Castle in Kent has opened The Beach, located near its maze and grotto.

Leeds Castle opened its own beach this summer


Leeds Castle opened its own beach this summer
Kids will love the sand to play in, which is free with castle admission tickets


Kids will love the sand to play in, which is free with castle admission tickets

The artificial sand provides plenty of sand for children to play and offers views of the Great Water.

Even better, the beach is free for guests who book tickets to the castle.

And there are many events on the beach Summer.

The website states: “There’s plenty of sand to play with and build your own Leeds Castle, space to make new memories and while we can’t bring the sea to the land there is everything you need for a family day out.”

“And if you’re lucky, you might even catch a few rays.

“Grab your bucket and spade, pull out your beach towel and treat yourself to a delicious ice cream while you spend the day lounging on loungers enjoying the view and even the odd sandy surprise.”

There are also two playgrounds and an obstacle course on site.

These include “Magic on the Beach” with the magician Nathan Jones and “Music on the Beach” with performances from the 1930s.

There are also sand sculpting workshops and Kasper and Judy shows throughout August.

The beach is open until September 30th.

Castle tickets start at £22.50 for children and £30 for adults, although they give you access for a whole year.

Previous guests have praised the castle with thousands of 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor.

One person wrote: “Loved the play castle and the new beach area.”

Another added, “Our favorite place for a day trip, one visit just isn’t enough.”

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Castle tickets start at £22.50


Castle tickets start at £22.50

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