Castles and Forts in South East England.

Leeds Castle
Set in 500 acres of beautiful parkland, a visit to Leeds Castle is full of discovery.
Arundel Castle & Gardens
Built at the end of the 11th century, Arundel Castle is both ancient castle and stately home. It has been the home of the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for 850 years.
Bodiam Castle
A castle always makes an exciting day out, and Bodiam Castle in East Sussex is no exception.
Canterbury West Gate Towers
One of England's finest mediaeval fortified gatehouses, with arms and armour displays, prison cells and panoramic views from the battlements.
Carisbrooke Castle
Famous for its donkeys and as a royal prison to Charles I and now the location of the stunning new Edwardian-style Princess Beatrice Garden.

Castle Cornet
Castle Cornet's amazing history spans more than eight hundred years.  Today visitors will see several fascinating museums within the castle walls.
Corfe Castle
On the site of the ruins of Corfe Castle in Dorset there once stood the most magnificent castle of Middle Age England. Even in its current ruined state it is very easy to imagine its former grandeur.
Dover Castle
Secret tunnels, an underground hospital, a defensive keep and a Roman lighthouse - these are just some of the unique features awaiting visitors at Dover Castle.

Elizabeth Castle
Built on a rocky islet in the 1590s, the castle was named after Queen Elizabeth I
Fort Grey
Fort Grey, which is known locally as 'the Cup and Saucer', overlooks the magical west coast bays. The Martello Tower now houses a Shipwreck Museum.
Lulworth Castle and Park
Lulworth Castle was built between 1608 and 1610 and became the family home of Humphrey Weld when he purchased the estate in 1641. It was built primarily as a hunting lodge and has played host to a total of seven monarchs.
Mont Orgueil
Perfectly positioned to protect Jersey against French invasion this Medieval castle brings history to life.
Old Sarum
The great earthwork of Old Sarum stands near Salisbury on the edge of Wiltshire's chalk plains. Its mighty ramparts were raised in about 500 BC by Iron Age people and later occupied by the Romans.
Old Wardour Castle
Beautifully sited beside a lake, Old Wardour Castle was built in the late 14th century by John Lord Lovel as a lightly fortified but showy and luxurious residence.
Scotney Castle
A visit to Scotney Castle is a great 2-for-1 deal. Start with the 19th century "new" neo-Tudor style house which was built for Edward Hussey in 1837.
Southsea Castle
Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth against possible French invasion. Its revolutionary design provided for the most efficient use of guns in attack or defence.
Tonbridge Castle
Medieval Gatehouse and Motte and Bailey Castle Grounds.
Windsor Castle
Towering above the winding streets of Windsor, the 12th century Windsor Castle is the largest in England.

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