ACTIVITY QUARTER

Tents of the Children's Kingdom at the Loxwood Joust Festival

FOR ONE AND FOR ALL!

Cash in your British Stirling for medieval groats on the door. Whether young or… mature, choose from one of the plentiful activities available from have-a-go-archery to circus school. Enjoy the court jester show, face and wound painting, and non-contact sword fighting with plenty of new activities for 2024.

TRAILS & CHALLENGES

Pick up a brochure as you enter the Kingdom and discover a world of mystical challenges and trails. Complete the challenges to be rewarded with citizenship of Loxwood, receive a medal and gain privileges with Loxwood’s royal and political elite.

An archer takes aim at the Loxwood Joust Festival

HAVE-A-GO ARCHERY

Take aim, draw and fire! Put your bow skills to the test against an exciting range of targets and find out if you could have fed your family back in medieval times!

A young knight tests his metal, swinging his sword at Knight School

KNIGHT SCHOOL

Enjoy some thrust and parry at non-contact sword-lessons, suitable for adults and children. Test your metal as you experience the life of a knight in training.

Devil Stick Peat - the resident court jester

DEVIL STICK PEAT

Tumbling and juggling his way through the Children’s Kingdom is our very own court jester, Devil Stick Peat. This master illusionist, practical joker and charismatic entertainer will not only astound and delight, but astonish you with his quarter-century’s worth of medieval knowledge.

Children partake in the school of fools

JESTER’S SCHOOL OF FOOLS

Learn the secrets of the circus, tumbling, joking and juggling. See if you cannot walk away feeling like a true fool!

FACE PAINTING

Sparkle like a mythical fairy with gems and festival glitter, or bear the wounds of a knight in combat, with the help of our talented face painter. Cuts and bruises, bites and gashes – but don’t worry, it’s only makeup! Suitable for over 3’s.

Don’t miss out!

With so much to do and see, Loxwood Joust is the UK’s most spectacular immersive festival. Tickets sold out for all days last year, so don’t delay!