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Go Ape Leeds Castle

Go Ape Leeds Castle, Go Ape Leeds Castle, Maidstone ME17 1PD, United Kingdom

Go Ape Bedgebury

3CCX+7H Cranbrook, UK

Willows Birds of Prey & Wildlife Trail

Kent TN14 7LJ

Leeds Castle

2 Broomfield Rd, Broomfield, Maidstone ME17 1PL, UK

Kent Paintball

Kent Paintball, Dundale Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9AH, UK

The Hop Farm Family Park

The Hop Farm, Maidstone Rd, Beltring, Tonbridge, UK

Howletts Wild Animal Park

Howletts Wild Animal Park, Bekesbourne Lane, Bekesbourne, Canterbury, Kent CT4 5EL, UK

Canterbury Leisure

3 Simmonds Rd, Wincheap Industrial Estate, Canterbury CT1 3RA, UK

Brooklands Museum

Brooklands Museum, Brooklands Drive, Weybridge KT13 0SL, UK

Rochester Cathedral

Garth House, The Precinct, Rochester, UK

Canterbury Cathedral

11 The Precincts, Canterbury CT1 2JJ, UK

Maidstone Leisure Centre

Maidstone Leisure Centre, Maidstone, Kent ME15 7RN, UK

Bewl Water

Bewl Water Estate Office, Bewlbridge Lane, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 8JH, UK

Imagine Play Centre

2a Britannia Lane, Kingsnorth, Ashford, Kent TN23 3SU, UK

Faversham Activity Centre

Faversham Gymnastic & Community Activity Centre, Whitstable Road, Faversham, UK

Little Potters

Little Potters Pottery Painting Cafe, Church Road, Murston, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3SB, UK

Spa Valley Railway

West Station, Nevill Terrace, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN2 5QY, UK

The Hop Farm Family Park

The Hop Farm, Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood, Tonbridge, UK

Kent Battle of Britain Museum

Kent Battle of Britain Museum Trust, Aerodrome Road, Hawkinge, Folkestone, UK

Hever Castle & Gardens

Hever Castle & Gardens, Hever Road, Hever, Edenbridge, UK

Eagle Heights

Eagle Heights Wildlife Foundation, Lullingstone Lane, Eynsford, Dartford, UK


Chartwell, Westerham, UK

Information about Kent

Kent, the Garden of England, exudes a timeless charm and natural beauty, making it a captivating county in South East England. This historic region, known for its picturesque landscapes, historic landmarks, and coastal allure, offers a diverse array of activities that cater to a wide range of interests.

At its heart, the city of Canterbury stands as a cultural and historical gem. The Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a masterpiece of mediaeval architecture and a significant pilgrimage destination. The city’s cobbled streets, lined with timber-framed houses and charming shops, create an enchanting atmosphere, inviting visitors to delve into its rich history.

Coastal escapades unfold along Kent’s shoreline, where iconic destinations like Whitstable and Margate capture the essence of seaside living. Whitstable, famed for its oysters, boasts vibrant beachfronts, seafood eateries, and the quaint Harbour Street. Margate, on the other hand, offers a mix of traditional seaside charm and contemporary art, with the Turner Contemporary Gallery and the rejuvenated Dreamland amusement park.

The White Cliffs of Dover, an iconic symbol of Britain, dominate the coastline and provide breathtaking views of the English Channel. Dover Castle, overlooking the town, narrates tales of mediaeval history and wartime significance, adding a layer of cultural richness to the county.

Inland, Kent is adorned with orchards, hop fields, and the undulating landscapes of the North Downs. Canterbury’s surroundings offer opportunities for scenic walks, and the Pilgrims’ Way trail leads hikers through picturesque countryside, connecting historic sites.

For garden enthusiasts, Kent lives up to its title as the Garden of England. Sissinghurst Castle Garden, created by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, is a masterpiece of garden design. Chartwell, the former home of Winston Churchill, showcases beautifully landscaped grounds that reflect the statesman’s love for nature.

The county’s diverse towns, including Ashford, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells and Rochester, provide a mix of cultural experiences, shopping, and historical exploration. Leeds Castle, often referred to as the “loveliest castle in the world,” offers a glimpse into mediaeval life amidst its idyllic setting.

Foodies will delight in Kent’s culinary offerings, with fresh produce from local farms, renowned vineyards producing award-winning wines, and charming pubs serving traditional fare. The county’s farmers’ markets and food festivals celebrate the richness of Kent’s gastronomic heritage.

Whether exploring historic landmarks, enjoying coastal retreats, hiking through scenic landscapes, or savouring the local flavours, there are plenty of things to do in Kent for every type of adventurer. This county, with its timeless appeal and natural wonders, beckons residents and visitors alike to immerse themselves in its history, culture, and the splendour of the Garden of England.

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