What's on inLympne


Welcome to Lympne

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Lympne - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Lympne to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Forthcoming events in Lympne

Tourist Attractions


Port Lympne Wildlife Park

Port Lympne Wild Animal Park is a sister Park of Howletts. We intend on rolling out webcams at the 350 acre reserve at Port Lympne in the near future. Whether you are interested in animals, historic houses, elegant gardens or magnificent scenery, Port Lympne has something for everyone...Palace…

Port Lympne

The Parks were started by John Aspinall more than 40 years ago to conserve and breed rare and endangered wild animals with the intention of returning them to safe areas in their natural habitat. The animals are looked after in our two parks that cover over 450 acres…

Kent Battle of Britain Museum

The Museum is entirely self‐supporting and stands or falls by the number of visitors it attracts. It is run by eight enthusiasts and volunteers.The museum is the oldest established and largest collection of Battle of Britain artefacts on show in the country.The Kent battle of Britain museum is…

Highlands Farm

Located deep in the heart of the glorious Kent country side the Centre is an unbeatable family day out. With lots of new attractions have opened for Easter 2004' plus all the old favourites, no other attraction offers so much to see and do for all ages…

The Butterfly Centre

Mcfarlane's Butterfly Centre: colourful butterflies from all over the world, flying free in their natural habitat of tropical greenhouse garden.Tropical greenhouses, amongst scores of lovely free flying butterflies, how wonderful. The species change constantly through the different seasons. You may witness, Swallow Tails, Owl Butterflies, and the gigantic…

Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway

First opened to traffic in July 1927 as the 'World's Smallest Public Railway' and now covering a distance of 13.5 miles from the picturesque Cinque Port of Hythe, near the channel tunnel, to the fishermans cottages and lighthouses at Dungeness.The 'Heywood Buffet' at New Romney Station is open…

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