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Kryal Castle

  • All-day entry inside the Kryal Castle grounds
  • Access to a program of shows from jousting to theatre, and more
  • 5 Free Archery Arrows - Exclusive to Tiqets guests
  • Access to the Maze and the Knight School
  • Animal nursery, Axe-throwing, Braveheart’s Playground, and Dragon’s Labyrinth

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About: Kryal Castle

Kryal Castle gives you the opportunity to step back in time and experience over 1,000 years of medieval history, letting you explore a world of knights, wizards, princesses, and more!

The castle features a moat and drawbridge, a maze, castle towers, stocks, and an armoury. There are also shows involving jousting, live theatre, a jester, jugglers, as well as a Wax Of Torture museum.

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Kryal Castle
121 Forbes Road, 3352, Leigh Creek
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