What's On at highcliffe castle

Following increased concerns about the COVID-19 virus and recent Government announcements, we have taken the decision in the interests of public health and safety to cancel our Ecofest event this coming weekend, Sunday 22nd March. Anyone who has bought tickets via Evenbrite will be reimbursed directly over the next 24 hours. Hopefully we will be able to reschedule this event later this year or early 2021.

If you have purchased any tickets for any of our events that have recently been cancelled, you shall be reimbursed directly over the next few days.

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

Health & Fitness Classes


Over 60s Training


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!

Castle for Kids

Explore the Castle which will take your kids inside and outside on their visit

• Join Castle friends Lord Stuart and Lady Louisa
• Outdoor and Indoor trails

• Craft activities in the school holidays

• Dressing up in period costumes