Medieval Jousting

May 22nd 2021 May 23rd 2021

Medieval Jousting


Ticket type Price
Adult (over 16) - Second Release £15.00
Child (2-15yrs) - Second Release £12.50
Adult (over 16) - Third Release £16.00
Child (2-15yrs) - Third Release £13.50
Child (under 2) Free
Carer Free
Medieval Jousting

Lord Camoys, Commander of the Left Flank at the Battle of Agincourt, invites you to his annual Jousting Tournament at Stonor Park 

10am to 5pm each day

Tickets must be purchased in advance from the link above in order to comply with Government regulations.

Join the Knights of Royal England for an epic display of Medieval Jousting at Stonor Park. A truly memorable joust will take place during which knights in full armour will stop at nothing, charging full tilt on Andalusian geldings in an attempt to strike their opponent’s shield and knock them out of their saddle.

See spectacular horseback stunts as well as foot combat with medieval weaponry, Falconry displays, 15th Century Black Powder Weapon Displays, Living History Displays, Agincourt History Theatre, a working medieval forge, Archery, an Armoury for young knights to (safely) equip themselves, mouthwatering food and medieval costume competitions. 

The Mysterious World of Tumblestone Hollow, the most enchanting Adventure Playground in all the land, will also be open throughout the Tournament.


Falconry Displays

As well as two jousting tournaments a day there will also be regular Falconry displays to fascinate the crowds, includinginclude Owls, Falcons, Hawks and other birds of prey. The Eagle Owl, gliding with huge wings across the arena, never fails to impress.


Do you fancy yourself as a bit of a Robin Hood or an English Longbowman about to head to the Battle of Agincourt?  Then try your hand at Archery which will be available all day (extra costs apply).

Medieval Firepower Displays

A Cannon crew will organise medieval firepower demonstrations twice a day using everything from medieval handguns to full size cannons that were of the style used during the Battle of Agincourt.

Armoury Forge

Plessis Armouries will be demonstrating making early 15th century armour throughout the weekend using a working forge and giving a series of talks about styles of armour and how they changed.

Living History

History Interpreters covering the period from 1400-1450 will bring the time of the Battle of Agincourt alive to visitors. There will be a wide variey of things to look at and things to do.

History's Pavilion

The Past Presents will tell the story of the Battle of Agincourt during the course of each day at their interactive theatre where lots of audience participation is required!

Mouthwatering Food

Enjoy Stonor Gourmet Venison Burgers, Hog Roast Baps, Pizza, The Chipsmyth, local Rebellion Beer, Mead, a wide range of soft drinks, ice creams and coffee stalls. You can also buy wooden swords, shields and bows and arrows from the Stonor Armoury.

Medieval Costume Competition

Dust off your chainmail and be part of the fun in our Medieval Costume Competition. We are looking for Kings and Queens, Crusader Knights, Robin Hoods, Maid Marians, Court Jesters, Friar Tucks and English Longbowme. There will be a prize of a bottle of mead for the adult in the best medieval dress and a wooden sword and shield for the best dressed child each day.


Welcome to the Mysterious World of Tumblestone Hollow which will be open throughout our Medieval Jousting Tournament.

It has been hiding in plain sight, right under our noses for many millennia. Throughout this time, the people who live there have been quietly going about their business, keeping the standing stones safe, that surround their magical home.

Finally, after more than 552 and a half years of careful negotiation between the Stonor Family and the people of Tumblestone Hollow, they have agreed to allow us into their wonderful world.

It is a place of laughter and light, shadow and sunshine, peace and tranquillity. Most importantly for young and old, friends and family, it’s a beautiful, magical place to play together.

We're Good to Go

Stonor Park is fully qualified by Visit Britain’s We’re Good to Go tourism programme meaning that we are adhering to Government and public health guidance and have the required processes in place. The Knights of Royal England have also been performing a very popular programme of performances that have been specially developed to operate safely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Detailed Instructions

Conveniently located between the M4 (J8/9) and M40 (J6) in south Oxfordshire, Drover’s Hill is a 10-minute drive from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading. The nearest station is Henley-on-Thames and there are taxis are available there.

You’ll find Drover’s Hill at Stonor on Coxlease Lane, between Fawley Bottom and Southend. Please use postcode RG9 6JL or mondays.wolves.noun on what3words, and remember that the hill can’t be accessed from the main entrance to Stonor Park.

If you’re approaching from the east on the M40 motorway, please ignore your sat nav if it tells you to exit at Junction 4 or 5 - this will add up to an hour to your journey. Please only exit at Junction 6