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Summer of Play at Castle Ward

Castle Ward, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7BA
Summer of Play at Castle Ward

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Escape to Castle Ward National Trust this summer for the "Summer of Play" event! From 6 July to 26 August, children and families can embrace the spirit of play across our estate!

Our event features five dedicated activity zones: Performance Play, Loose Parts Play, Creative Play, Active Play, and Toddler + Soft Play. Each zone is designed to ignite imagination and foster creativity. Enjoy theatrical flair in the Performance Play area, build and invent in Loose Parts Play, and explore artistic projects in Creative Play. Active Play offers sports and physical challenges, while Toddler + Soft Play ensures fun for the youngest adventurers. Additionally, a quiet space is available for those who need a peaceful retreat. Create cherished memories with a variety of engaging activities and educational workshops. Join us at Castle Ward's Summer of Play for an unforgettable adventure!

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Castle Ward, StrangfordDiscover a place of contrasts and creativity at Castle Ward, an eccentric 18th century mansion and estate looking out over the tranquil waters of Strangford Lough in County Down where visitors can explore cultivated gardens, sheltered woodland and the shoreline.

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Season (6 July 2024 - 26 Aug 2024)
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Monday - Sunday09:00 - 18:00

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