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  • Good Friday BBQ

    Good Friday BBQ


    Take a break from exploring the Reserve this Easter holiday and pop into Port Lympne Hotel to enjoy a delicious BBQ meal, served on the Iceberg Terrac…more

  • Det-egg-tives Easter Egg Hunt

    Det-egg-tives Easter Egg Hunt


    Pick up your agent ID form from the Det-Egg-Tive station, grab your bunny ears and magnifying glass then head out on the hunt with their Egg-cellent a…more

  • Nouvelle-Vague Fifteenth Anniversary Tour

    Nouvelle-Vague Fifteenth Anniversary Tour


    This cultFrench New Wave band, once home to the sultry vocalist Camille are probably one of the coolest cover bands you could ever see. Formed by Fr…more

  • Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971) - Cert

    Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971) - Cert


    Willy Wonka is back on the big screen for one performance only at Folkestone's scrumpdiddlyumptious Silver Screen Cinema at 10 am on Saturday 20th Apr…more

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Rightly known as the garden of England, Kent often seems like Londons back garden, a green and fertile landscape of farmland, orchards, country estates and world-famous public gardens.

Kent in Britain

It also produces the renowned Kentish Ales from the Kentish hop farms and attracts beer and ale lovers from all over the world. With a variety of beach resorts and cities packed with sites of crucial importance in British history, this is truly a county that has it all.

People have been coming to Kent in droves for hundreds of years, and of all the counties it is perhaps the one with the most history, Kent is the oldest place name in Britain and in Sevenoaks at Knole it has the oldest house.

There are castles in almost every town, from the motte and bailey castle in Tonbridge to the fantastic Leeds Castle and Hever Castle. There are the old well-preserved streets of Rochester, home to Charles Dickens and the stately home of Winston Churchill at Chartwell.

There is the world-famous castle and gardens at Sissinghurst and thousands upon thousands of old oast houses line the country lanes.

Most famous of all is the UNESCO World Heritage city of Canterbury, one of Englands finest cities and one of the best historic sites in the world. Stand where Thomas Beckett was murdered and spend hours walking around the incredible home of the Anglican Church, Canterbury Cathedral.

From the Cathedrals gothic architecture to the ruins of St Augustines Abbey, destroyed in the Dissolution, to St Martins Church, to the impressive Roman Museum, Canterbury has enough to keep you busy for days.

For something a bit more relaxing there is cheeky Margate or the famous pier at Herne Bay, the gorgeous fishing town of Whitstable or the RSPB National Nature Reserve at Romney Marsh. Lastly, of course, there are the iconic white cliffs of Dover.

From seaside strolls to hikes in the North and South Downs and the forests of the Kentish Weald, this truly is Englands garden.

Days Out & Attractions

Attractions in Kent

Fun days out in Kent

Enjoy a fun filled and fantastic day out for all the family at a range of attractions in Kent, including theme parks, castles, zoos, museums and historic houses.

Zoos & Safari Parks in Kent

Zoos & Safari Parks

Get close-up and personal with a wild animal at a zoo or safari park in Kent.

Theme Parks in Kent

Theme Parks

Thrills and spills on rides and rollercoasters at a theme park in Kent.

Museums in Kent


Love British history?Come and take a stroll through the ages at a local museum.

Art galleries in Kent

Art Galleries

From timeless classics to modern masterpieces, enjoy art at its very best.



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Updated: 19/04/2019 04:44:03