Leeds Castle to house Go Ape facility. Go Ape, the treetop adventure playground is set to open in Kent with Leeds Castle next on the list.
Leeds castle will offer two or three hours of treetop fun. With a range of zip wires, rope ladders and tarzan swings available for visitors, it will look to be a big hit with locals and tourists alike. With the zip wires swinging up to 20m above the floor of the forest and up to a total of 250m in length, the new Go Ape visitor attraction will continue its expansions and be a hit with all the family.
The adventure goes hand in hand with generating wonderful views of Leeds Castle and further afield. The prices on offer for the facility at will be; £25 for the baboons (under 15’s) and £33 for gorilla’s (16+).
The Go Ape facilities continue to grow around the UK from their beginnings in the Lake district and they continue to be as popular as ever.
Leeds Castle is located in Kent, England and is approximately 5 miles south of Maidenhead. Henry the Vlll used it as a residence for his wife Catherine of Aragon during his reign in the 16th century.
The castle can be accessed via car from London in 1hr 15 minutes via the M20 and entrance prices for the castle itself are as follows;
Adults £24.50 Senior
Child (4-15 years) £16.50
Visitor with Disability – Adult* £21.50 Visitor with Disability – Child (4-15 years)* £13.50 Infant (under 4 years) FREE
For more info on prices please visit Leeds Castle
For accommodation nearby visitors could search for a range of accommodations including the Rushmore lodge in Kent