Dating back to the days of the Norman Conquest, Dover Castle has served as an essential part of England's defences for nearly 1,000 years. From medieval kings to wartime admirals, the castle is ripe with British history. Make sure you climb the Great Tower, built by Henry II, where lavish tapestries and furniture have been painstakingly recreated...
- * Admission to Dover Castle and its grounds
- On closed dates this site may still be open, please check English Heritage directly for more information. * Dining options inlclude The Naafii Restaurant, Second War Time Tunnels Tea Room and The Keep * Big bags are not allowed inside Kids under 5 can enter for free, no ticket needed. Show your smartphone ticket at the admission desk. * Picnic areas available * Dogs on leads are allowed on the grounds only, assistance dogs everywhere * Security check in place * Last entry: 1 hour before closing
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