Spooky Treasure Hunt and Kids Go Free at Eastgate House

What could be more fun for Halloween than exploring a mysterious old mansion? Children can take part in a Spooky Treasure Hunt at Eastgate House in Rochester this half term as well as enjoying free admission to the house. 

Eastgate House re-opens to the public during the October half term after being closed to the public since the pandemic. The new season begins with a half term Halloween offer for families. Admission is free for up to three children from Thursday, 28 to Sunday, 31 October.

Children must be accompanied by at least one paying adult. There will also be a Spooky Treasure Hunt for children which costs 80p per child.

Eastgate House is one of Rochester's most amazing buildings. You can explore more than 400 years of local history throughout the Grade I Elizabethan mansion, which has been a family home, a Victorian school, and an inspiration to the great author Charles Dickens.

The house is open 10am to 5pm. Last admission 4.45pm. The admission price for adults is £5.50, concessions (including over 60s) £4. Groups of 10 or more 15% discount on adult price.

Address

Eastgate House
High Street
Rochester
ME1 1EW

Entry Price

Trail 80pence per child