Things to do

Archery Range
Learn the ancient art of archery at our indoor Archery Range. In medieval times, skill with a bow was important for almost everyone, whether for the battlefield, or for hunting for food or sport. $10 for 15 Archers $5 for 5 Archers (Map Ref. 15)

Wizards Workshop
Find the wizard’s apprentice in the workroom and see them experiment with unusual magical ingredients to produce their famous potions. 11:15am and 1:00pm Located in the Wizards Workroom at the top of ‘Ogglewatch’ Tower. (Map Ref.24)

Potion Making Classes
Learn how to create fantastical potions with our Wizard, just below his workshop (Map Ref.24). Make an array of different concoctions in our classes for only $5 per child! There are two classes, 12:00pm and 2:30pm each running for half an hour. Tickets are limited, and can be purchased from our Wizard either after a Wizard Workshop, or 15 minutes before Classes start.

Torture Museum Tour (ages 13+)
Learn about the gruesome histories of crime and punishment in our torture museum. 12:50pm and 1:15pm. Departs from the entrance to the torture museum. (Map Ref. 7)

Face Painting
Ever wanted to be a princess? Or even a dragon. Our skilled painters can transform you into just about anything. Only $4. From 10:30am-3pm. Located in Fairies & Goblins (Map Ref.16)

Calligraphy
Learn to write with quill and ink. Why not pen a letter to one of our heroes? 11:00am–3:30pm in Fairies and Goblins (Map Ref. 16)

 

Food Offer

Ale House
Open All Day: Wood fired Pizza, BBQ Gourmet Sausages, Pies and daily specials available. Enjoy a coffee, or cool down with one of our Ales! (Map Ref. 12)

All Day Dragon’s Labyrinth
Beware the She-dragon Ushnagh, as you make your way from the castle entrance, through the labyrinth and into the castle grounds. Learn the history of the castle from the ancient manuscripts on the walls and the ghosts of those who never escaped from the ancient catacombs. (Map Ref. 2) Children under 10 may prefer a stroll through the She-Dragons egg garden

 

11.00am
Pantomime: The Gnome
Enjoy our pantomime “The Gnome”, based on the tale by the Brothers Grimm. In true Pantomime style cheer for the hero, boo for the villain and sigh for the beautiful prin… uh, the all right looking pr… well… just sigh for the… princess. Located in the Jester’s Theatre. (Map Ref. 15)

 

11.30am
Skill at Arms – Horsemanship Display
Head to the Tournament Arena to see the knights and warhorses of Kryal Castle compete in a challenge designed to test their skills with sword, lance and spear. (Map Ref. 10)

 

12:30pm
Romeo and Rapunzel
Join us outside the Abbey Tavern to see Romeo in finest form as he woos his fair lady…. Rapunzel? Between the Knights and Wizard Tower (Map Ref. 23 & 24)

 

1:15pm
Pantomime: The Bravest Brave that Ever Braved
Sir Grimshaw, the brave and noble knight, has been sent upon a quest to save the beautiful Princess Caliope from the Evil witch Helga. But, there’s a problem, Grimshaw is the most cowardly knight in the realm. Help Grimshaw find heart to save the beautiful princess. Jester’s Theatre. (Map Ref. 15)

 

2:00pm
Royal Joust
Return to the Tournament Arena for the ultimate display of knightly skills. See our knights, wearing full steel armour and riding their amazing warhorses, charge and strike their opponents with their lances. (Map Ref. 10)

 

2:30pm
Knight Training
Children are invited onto the Tournament Arena to take centre stage and learn the skills of knighthood, fighting under instruction from our knights with sword and shield. (Map Ref. 10)

 

2:45pm
Pony Rides
located on the Grandstand side of the Arena Tickets Available Tooth Fairy Lolly Shop only $5

 

4:00pm
Park closes