Known as the Key to England, Dover Castle has been in our nation's first line of defence for centuries, guarding our shores from invasion for 20 centuries.
Step into the dazzling medieval royal palace in the Great Tower, where you can immerse yourself into the King's court life; meet the first of many of the lifelike projected figures guiding you round the sumptuously furnished chambers, and meet the costumed characters welcoming you to life at Dover Castle during the reign of King Henry II.
If the weather takes a turn, head underground and explore the darkly atmospheric Secret Wartime Tunnels that bury deep into the iconic white cliffs of Dover, with vivid recreations telling the story of the Dunkirk evacuation, complete with dramatic projections of swooping Spitfires and real film footage. Find out more wet weather ideas here.
With exciting exhibitions, winding tunnels to explore, ghosts to hunt out - and of course restaurants, shops and the space for youngsters to run around - an action-packed, great value day out awaits!
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop
Groups: 15% discount for groups of 11 or more visitors paying together. Free entry for coach driver and tour
Child age range: 5-15 years
Min visitors per group: 11
Max visitors per group: 30
Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment & Queen's Regiment Museum
Peverell's Tower (Sleeps 2)
Sergeant Major's House Holiday Cottage (Sleeps 6)
Great Tower at Night - at Dover Castle
WWII Weekend at Dover Castle