We are introducing some new measures, systems and policies in line with Government advice to reduce the risk associated with the virus.
Whilst we are doing everything, we reasonably can to protect our visitors, as is the case with all safety matters, everyone has a certain responsibility for their own actions. Therefore, can we please ask that visitors adhere to our measures to protect themselves, our staff and volunteers.
- Tickets for the castle do not need to be pre-booked at this time. Tickets can be purchased at the castle on arrival.
- If you choose to use our pre-booking system, for your visit to Hurst Castle, you can Buy tickets here – tickets are refundable in the event that it is necessary to close Hurst Castle at short notice.
- We have introduced limits on visitor numbers.
- If you are displaying any symptoms of the virus please do not visit.
- Remember to bring a face covering with you. They’re mandatory in all indoor public spaces including historic indoor buildings. We won’t be able to give you a face covering, so please come prepared so you don’t miss out.
- All of our staff have been trained in hygiene and social distancing and if required provided with the necessary PPE.
- We have a one-way system around the Tudor Castle to help with social distancing.
- Some areas of the castle have had to be closed off as social distancing cannot be managed.
- We have installed new welcome information and signposts to guide you on your visit.
- We have increased site cleaning regimes.
- There may be screens in place if we can’t separate visitors from staff.
- Hand sanitisers will be in use across the castle.
- Toilets will be cleaned hourly.
- Barriers will be in place to help social distancing.
- Takeaway catering options will be available.