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Published: 11:04, 26 June 2020
| Updated: 11:06, 26 June 2020
Hever Castle is the latest in the county to announce it is reopening to visitors.
The historic castle and gardens will reopen to visitors on Saturday, July 4.
The gardens and grounds have been open since early June with social distancing measures.
Visitors will need to book a garden ticket with an arrival time online to limit numbers and then upgrade to a castle ticket at the castle entrance.
The measure is in place to limit numbers in rooms and castle entry cannot be guaranteed for everyone.
The news follows the reopening of Leeds Castle near Maidstone this week and the grounds and gardens of Dover Castle and Walmer Castle opening on Saturday, July 4. Lullingstone Castle grounds near Eynsford will reopen on Friday, July 3.
Visitors wanting to book for Hever should download a map of the new one-way system which will be in place from the website. For details click here.
Hever will also be welcoming guests back to its luxury, award-winning bed and breakfast and holiday cottage, Medley Court, on the same date.
More by this authorAngela Cole
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