What's On

A series of special events, open days and fairs, set throughout the historic house and grounds

Sunday 18th March - Wedding Fair

Chiddingstone Castle is an award-winning wedding venue in the heart of Kent that can be exclusively yours for the day. Come and join us for a glass of bubbly, discover the venue, meet selected specialist suppliers, enjoy live entertainment and sample some delicious treats.  Complimentary entry and plenty of free parking. We look forward to seeing you at the fair, if you have any questions please contact 01892 872 744.

Friday 30th March - First Day of Open Season

The historic house and collections open again for tours, talks and cream teas.

 

Thursday 12th, Friday 13th, Saturday 14th April - Alice in Wonderland

The Mad Hatter welcomes everyone to Chiddingstone Castle where he is hosting one of his fantastic tea parties this April. The content of this event has been devised specifically to suit children from 6 to 10 years old.

Sunday 6th, Monday 7th, Tuesday 8th May - Literary Festival

For the third consecutive year, three days of exciting talks and performances from famous authors, poets and theatrical groups spread throughout the historic house and grounds of Chiddingstone Castle.

Sunday 1st July - Summer Vintage Fair

From 11am - 4.30pm we are inviting you to enjoy a festival of vintage for all the family in Chiddingstone Castle’s grounds.

 

Sunday 9th September- Country and Food Fair

From 11am - 4.30pm we are inviting you to enjoy a festival of vintage for all the family in Chiddingstone Castle’s grounds.

 

Thursday 25th, Friday 26th, Satuday 27th October - School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

From 11am - 4.30pm we are inviting you to enjoy a festival of vintage for all the family in Chiddingstone Castle’s grounds.

 

Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th November - Christmas Fair

Shop unique and unusual gifts from over 70 stalls spread throughout the historic house and grounds. 

 

Chiddingstone Castle

Chiddingstone Castle is an historic house, set in 35 acres of Kentish countryside, filled with treasures collected over a lifetime by Denys Eyre Bower.

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