Jet Skis and Supercars at Leeds Castle’s Motors by the Moat

Motors by the Moat at Leeds Castle. Picture by: www.matthewwalkerphotography.com
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12th & 13th May

The incredible Motors by the Moat returns to Leeds Castle on the 12th and 13th May with vintage, high performance and classic cars on display all around the Castle grounds.

With a host of rare, limited edition vehicles, modified cars, kit cars and American cars on display; this weekend event has something to offer everyone. Visitors can also enjoy a brand NEW programme of events in 2019, including a thrilling stunt show and jaw-dropping Jet Ski display on the moat!

Watch in awe as the world-class ‘DJR’ freestyle team perform on the water and demonstrate backflips, spins and huge aerial tricks on their custom-made carbon fibre Jet Skis. There will be three Jet Ski displays on both days.

Powered with high horsepower engines to ensure an incredible performance, the Jet Skis will also be on display throughout the weekend to provide spectators with the opportunity to see them up close and meet the freestylers.

Visit dealership stands and see the newest luxury models showcased with the chance to do some shopping and pick up some car accessories from trade stands. What’s more, if you’re feeling peckish we have a variety of catering outlets available in converted vehicles!

Leeds Castle in Kent has plenty to offer families to brighten your days out this spring. From wildlife and parkland walks, cafés, two gift shops and Elsie the Land Train there is something for all ages taking place at Leeds Castle. There are many attractions included with your entrance ticket from free flying falconry demonstrations daily during half term, weekends in term time, the yew Maze and Grotto and two adventure playgrounds with climbing turrets, zip lines, sand pits and slides. There are 500 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens to explore and plenty of wildlife to see including black swans, grey squirrels, kingfishers, geese, peacocks and ducks to name but a few.

Admission tickets cost £26 for adults; £24 for seniors and visitors with disabilities (carer goes free); £17.50 for children (under 4s free). Admission tickets are valid for 12 months so you can pay once and visit all year round. Book online for discounted tickets at: www.leeds-castle.com. Entry to this event is included with your admission ticket. A small additional charge may apply to some attractions at this event.

Leeds Castle is located near Maidstone in Kent just off Junction 8 of the M20 within easy reach of London. Grounds open at 10am daily and the Castle is open from 10.30am. Last admission is 4.30pm and gates close at 6pm from April to September, while last admission is 3.30pm and gates close at 5pm from October to March.

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