Easter holidays at Bodiam Castle
The promise of springtime and warmer weather is a great opportunity to get out and about. During the Easter holidays we've fun for all the family at Bodiam Castle with a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. We'll also be starting up our archery lessons again and our bird of prey or owl walks.
Join in our Easter holiday fun
Bring the family to Bodiam Castle this Easter and join in our '50 things' inspired Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. With spring bringing everything to life, this is a great time to get out and about and start your quest to find out more about nature.
Pick up your Easter Egg Hunt sheet from our visitor reception and set off on your hunt. For all those who complete their Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt there a delicious Cadburychocolate treat awaiting you as a prize.
Available from Friday 30 March to Sunday 15 April 2018
£3.00 per hunter
11am to 4pm
Normal admission charges apply
Try out some medieval skills
In medieval England bold knights and genteel princesses would have been trained in bow skills and your little rebels can have the chance to learn these skills during the school holidays.
This year we'll have trained instructors from The Hawking Centre on hand to give archery tuition. Archers would have formed an important part of the defensive force for the castle and skill with the arrow was essential for the protection of the castle's residents.
Learn how to loose an arrow at a traditional target and see if you are a good shot.
Weekends and school holidays from 1 April to 3 September inclusive
11am to 4pm
No need to pre-book
£3.50 for 6 arrows
Medieval costumed instructors
Weather permitting - we may have to suspend archery during high winds or very wet weather
Enjoy the medieval pastime of falconry with some of the incredible birds of prey and owls from The Hawking Centre.
We're delighted to offer the chance for you to take a walk with and fly a bird of prey in the castle grounds. Medieval costumed falconers from this locally renowned centre will accompany you as you get up close to and learn more about these amazing birds and the art and sport of falconry.
- Weekends and school holidays from 1 April to 3 September inclusive (weather permitting - the birds of prey are not able to fly in high winds or wet weather)
- 11am to 4pm
- Bird of prey or owl
- No need to pre-book
- £5 per walk & fly
- Medieval costumed falconry instructors