Things to do in Kent

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Cathedrals & Churches

Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Cathedral is both a holy place and part of a World Heritage Site.


This is one of the citys showpiece gardens, admired and enjoyed by residents and visitors. The river, with its ever-present ducks and summertime punts, is just one of the features which makes Westgate Gardens special

Wildlife Parks

Now holding more species than any other zoo in Kent, including Big Cats, Reptiles, Penguins, various Primates and much more, offer a full package of fun for all the family to enjoy.

Wildlife Parks

Visit Howletts, Kent's original wildlife park, it's aunique adventure like no other! As were a conservation charity, your visit helps us toprotect wildlife here in the UK, which then enables us to send animals back to the wild.

Boat Tours

As one of Canterbury's main tourist attractions, the guided tour and ferry service provides both visitors and locals with a unique vantage point to some of Canterbury's most stunning and important architecture.


Bewl Water is the largest stretch of open water in the South East. The 800 acre site is set in the heart of the High Weald. Open all year, a visit to this stunning lake is fantastic family fun and great value.


Calverley Grounds is a beautiful formal park, perfect for picnics in Royal Tunbridge Wells!...Click here for more information, opening times and directions!


Once a private landscaped garden, Dunorlan Park is now a historically important and much-loved public park.


Explore Eridge, Groombridge, High Rocks or Royal Tunbridge Wells throughout your visit and make a day of it, with plenty of local attractions easily accessible by train you will find something for all the family to enjoy.


Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery shares the special story of the Borough of Tunbridge Wells through fantastic collections of art, natural history, archaeology, craft, toys and so much more.


Margate Main Sands, a timeless beach with tidal pool, children's rides and amusement arcades offer families traditional seaside fun


The East Kent Railway is an exciting heritage railway in Eythorne, near Dover in Kent. Our fully restored heritage trains run between Shepherdswell and Eythorne, near Dover in Kent.


Top stately home and garden in Kent and award-winning wedding and events venue; considered to have one of the grandest rooms in the World - the medieval Baron's Hall

Castles & Halls

Fort Amherst, a Napoleonic Fort, is a visitor attraction based in Chatham, Medway Kent. A great day out for all the family.

Country Parks & Forests

Having opened in 1991, Beacon Wood is a relatively new country park, but it has rapidly become a firm favourite with locals due to its rolling, varied woodland and interesting history.

Theme Parks

If you're looking for family days out in Kent, then look no further. With 20 rides & drives, Diggerland UK Theme Park has plenty for the whole family.

Castles & Halls

Explore almost nine centuries of history and discover the gardens, maze, falconry and events, including Motors by the Moat and the Grand Medieval Joust!


Dane John Gardens is a historic park within Canterbury citys walls which dates back to 1551, and includes a mound which historical records prove was there in the first century AD.