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Castles at Christmas in South East England

The South East is rich with cultural heritage so why not visit one of South East England’s 30 castles this Christmas and experience the festivities as they would have been in times gone by.

Nov. 27, 2009 - PRLog -- Leeds
Step back in time and enjoy a traditional Christmas at Leeds Castle http://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/site/things-to-do/leeds-castle-p44453.  See the beautifully decorated castle rooms transformed into a world of enchantment inspired by classic fairy tales; enjoy a warming lunch in the restaurant after relaxed shopping in the castle shops and bring the children to meet Father Christmas in his Grotto.

Fairy story characters come to life at the castle's special evening openings when the magic works, and the castle is lit up against the dark skies.  An additional charge applies for Father Christmas and special evening openings.
Enjoy a traditional Christmas lunch in the unique setting of Dover Castle http://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/site/things-to-do/dover-castle-p44113 then take an inclusive tour of the Great Tower and discover how King Henry II and his court celebrated the medieval festive season. With blazing log fires and castle chambers dressed with sumptuous tapestries, experience the atmosphere of a medieval royal court in winter. Available Thursday to Monday throughout December (excludes 24–26 Dec).

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Location:Eastleigh - Hampshire - United Kingdom
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