The remains of the Tudor Palace, home to the Archbisops of Canterbury for over 700 years, lie to the south of the centre of the Heritage Village
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Housed in a 17th century Grade II listed building, the museum is located in the Church Yard, at the Heart of Ashford's Town Centre.
Visit the beautiful 400-acre Hush Heath Estate in Kent, home to our award-winning Balfour wines and ciders, for vineyard tours and
Visitors are welcome to drop-in without appointment at any time to enjoy a free tasting of our still wines
The Battle of Britain Memorial tells the story of the heroes of the Battle of Britain, the men of the RAF who kept the Luftwaffe at bay in 1940
Let Betteshanger Park, near Deal, be your day out of choice this Big Weekend.
Kent Wildlife Trust’s art and sensory, all-access trail in Thornden Wood, between Canterbury and Herne Bay
Marvel as rods of glass are used to create works of art right before your eyes in the workshop!
The oldest building in Gravesend
Cranbrook Museum is a large collection of Local Artefacts, with items from Cranbrook and surrounding district in Roman times right up to 20th
Dover Museum is much more than just a local history and archaeology museum.
Drapers Windmill, Margate, was built by John Holman of Canterbury c1845 and restored by the Drapers Windmill Trust in 1965-75. Now
Free guided tour of the RAF Eastchurch site, where staffing levels allow. The birthplace of British aviation
Explore 2000 years of Faversham’s history. Discover it’s role as a major port,(member of the Cinque Ports), take a seat on a powder keg (empty),
Folkestone Museum in Kent takes you on a journey through the history of Folkestone, from its origins as a humble coastal community, through to its
BRITAIN’S BIGGEST NAPOLEONIC FORTRESS - Fort Amherst was built during Napoleonic times to defend Medway from a land-based attack.Take
The Gurdwara complex is one of the largest outside India
Take a journey through the streets of Herne Bay
Hothfield Heathlands is one of the last remaining heathlands in Kent
The Lower Leas Coastal Park is home to the largest free adventure play area in the South East.
Come and discover the hidden gems at this exceptionally fine regional museum.
The Abbey dates back to 670 AD when it was founded by St Domneva on the site of St Mary's church. Much of the remaining building is
Mote Park has existed as an entity since the 13th Century
Peene Quarry is a great spot for more adventurous walkers
One of the most important Gothic Revival buildings in the world: this is the personal church of Augustus Pugin.
With its unspoilt town, pubs, restaurants, and much admired historical High Street, Queenborough is a destination in its own right
The Royal Military Canal stretches for 28 miles hugging the old cliff line that borders the Romney Marsh
Samphire Hoe is a coastal country park in the most dramatic setting between the white cliffs and the English Channel. This new piece of land is
Escape to the coastal haven of Sandwich & Pegwell Bay National Nature Reserve
Sandwich Guildhall Museum, situated in the heart of the town, tells the rich and varied story of Sandwich through the ages, from its
Shorne Woods Country Park has everything you need to spend a day enjoying the best of Kent's countryside
Visit the home of Kent’s favourite ice cream. Solley’s has been producing delicious real dairy ice cream on the family farm for over three
St George's is a fine example of Georgian church architecture, set in the heart of Gravesend. It's also believed to be the final
Gravesend's premier contemporary creative space.
The Chapel Down Winery open for self-guided tours through the beautiful Vineyards and Herb Gardens
The Crab and Winkle Way takes its name from the six mile railway line which ran between the towns of Canterbury and Whitstable
Discover the vast collection of regalia and books of all Masonic orders through the ages with a specific focus on Kent. Free guidebook.
This listed building formerly housed Sandgate’s Volunteer Fire Station
Formerly a passenger Pier, erected in 1834 at the bottom of the High Street it is the oldest remaining cast iron pier in the world
Internationally-renowned gallery showing contemporary and historical art. Cafe, shop and inspiring views over Margate Sands. Free entry. Great art
Get blown away by the tallest Smock Mill in Britain. Seven floors (limited disabled access), great views, and hands-on experiences. A WHEELS OF
Wild Sites on Your Doorstep is all about exploring and enjoying wild places close to where you live