What's On at highcliffe castle

The Castle is owned and operated by BCP Council and after responding to the to the Government’s latest guidance on the Coronavirus outbreak, the difficult decision has been taken to extend the cancellation of outdoor events until the end of August 2020.

It is difficult to postpone any event at the Castle but the most important consideration is the health of our visitors and event attendees and the safety of everyone involved who contribute and play a part in delivering these brilliant events at the Castle.

If you have booked tickets any refunds or details of any new postponed dates will be communicated to you over the next couple of days or you can call the Castle direct on 01425 278807.

Interaction during Self Isolation

We appreciate that self-isolation may be difficult, so along with other interactions we shall begin on social media, please meet Dora and Beatrix, our resident ducks who shall be hiding in our regular ‘spot the duck’ picture to help our members feel connected to the Castle and stay positive whilst in self – isolation.

The resident wooden ducks for Highcliffe Castle, Beatrix and Dora, dressed in their hats and welly boots ready for the 'spot the duck' activity for those in social isolation.

This is picture one of ‘spot the duck’, introducing you to the girls. If you would like to see the other photos of ‘spot the duck’ whilst they are released, please like our Facebook Page.

If you have any ideas of interactions or activities you would like to see the Castle do, please email us at enquiries@highcliffecastle.co.uk

Upcoming Events

There are no events currently listed

Health & Fitness Classes

Yoga

Over 60s Training

Pilates

H.I.I.T  Training

Highcliffe Castle Exhibitions

In the East Wing of the Castle you are able to:

• View a collection of the original furniture on loan from the V&A Museum
• Enjoy family time in our activity room and have fun on our kids trails
• Transport yourself back to the 1830’s and step into our Victorian kitchen
• Experience how the family lived in the Castle
• Explore areas of the Castle for the first time in 50 years!

Highcliffe Castle from home

Virtual Children’s Activities