Leeds Castle is set to reopen to visitors next week.
The historic site near Maidstone has already opened its grounds, play areas and part of its gardens but now the castle itself will reopen on Monday, August 10.
The estate gates at the castle, which celebrated its 900th anniversary last year, reopened to visitors at the end of June, while the European castle adventure playgrounds, adventure golf, birds of prey centre and the Lady Baillie & Culpeper Gardens reopened last month.
But on Monday the castle itself will open, with visitors needing to book in advance online, and arriving within their time slot.
Falconry displays are also set to return on Monday, August 17.
However, the maze, punting, Dog Collar Museum, Black Swan Ferry and castle train will remain closed for the time being.
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