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Medieval Fair

Sat 20 Jul - Mon 2 Sep

The return of Bodiam Castle’s popular family friendly medieval fair! 
Come with your family and enjoy playing with a host of medieval inspired games and activities in the Mill Pond with the stunning backdrop of Bodiam Castle. Hobby horses, quoits, sand play, dancing ribbons, archery, dragon bean bag throwing, build your own castle and straw bales hurdles and more.

The Medieval Fair is fun for all ages, with most of the games and activities ideal for families with children aged 5–12. Some activities, such as archery, are more suitable for children aged 8–15.
Daily from July 20 to 2 September 10am till 4pm

Bodiam Castle



Included in standard admission price and i-go offer applies so up to 2 carers go free with every i-go cardholder and free parking. You will also get free admission for accompanying children in your group (children are aged 17 and under)

How to claim

No ned to book, just show your i-go card on arrival

About Bodiam Castle

Set in the heart of an historic landscape, with spiral staircases, battlements and a portcullis, 14th century Bodiam Castle is one of Britain's most picturesque and romantic ancient monuments. Windows where arrows were once loosed, a tower that was once a look-out and ruins that were once walked upon by knights; this is a place where you can relive your childhood memories and let your imagination run riot.

Bodiam Castle was saved from demolition by the MP John ‘Mad Jack’ Fuller, who bought the castle at auction in 1828. Fuller – an anti-abolitionist who held extreme views on the benefits of slavery – inherited huge wealth made from slavery in Jamaica, and he continued to profit from the sugar trade during his life. 

In the impressive gatehouse is the castle's original wooden portcullis, an extremely rare example of its kind and, beyond into the courtyard, enough of the interior ruins survive to give an impression of castle life.

Learn more about Bodiam Castle


There are two manual wheelchairs available for loan, one at visitor reception, the other at castle cottage.

Disabled Parking & Drop-off
  • Designated Disabled Parking

Five designated mobility parking spaces in the main car park next to the tea-room and gift shop.

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Baby Changing Facilities

Accessible toilet in the main car park next to the tea-room.

There is a hearing loop in our Ticket Office

Hearing Assistance
  • Hearing loop
Guide Dogs
  • Guide Dogs Welcome
The Unexpected
  • We have characters in costumes


Robertsbridge, TN32 5UA