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Places to visit

Shorne Woods Country Park

With its eco-friendly visitor centre and restaurant, fishing lakes, trim trail and picnic and play areas – not to mention 292 acres of beautiful woodlands, wetlands and meadows to explore – Shorne Woods Country Park has everything you need to spend a day enjoying the best of Kent's countryside.

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Port Lympne Reserve

Port Lympne Reserve is very different from a conventional zoo and we ensure that here the animals always come first.

We do our best to provide a fantastic visitor experience and we are constantly striving for new ways to ensure that we are one of Kent’s be... (click the button below to read more)

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Bewl Water

Bewl Water is a reservoir in the valley of the River Bewl, straddling the boundary between Kent and East Sussex in England. It is about 2 miles south of Lamberhurst, Kent. The reservoir was part of a project to increase supplies of water in the area.

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Lullingstone Roman Villa

Among the most outstanding Roman villa survivals in Britain, Lullingstone provides a unique all-weather family day out. Set in the attractive surroundings of the Darent Valley in Kent, the villa was begun in about AD 100, and developed to suit the tastes and ... (click the button below to read more)

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Mad Play

Everybody loves Mad Play! At our soft play centre in Greenhithe, Kent, we strive to provide a happy, fun, and safe experience that your children will love. As a family-run business, we understand the value of a place that everyone in the family can enjoy.

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Canterbury Punting Company

The finest way to see and learn about Canterbury, from the comfort of a classic hand-built punt on the historic river Stour.

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Aylesford Carmelite Priory

Aylesford Priory, or "The Friars" was founded in 1242 when members of the Carmelite order arrived in England from Mount Carmel in the Holy Land. Richard de Grey, a crusader, sponsored them, and conveyed to the order a parcel of land located on his manor in Aylesford in Kent.

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Kent Firefighting Museum

The Kent Firefighting Museum has been established as a voluntary organisation started by a group of forward thinking individuals passionate about our Kentish firefighting heritage. The group, now established as TRUSTEES, is committed to ensure that all this i... (click the button below to read more)

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Lydden Hill

Lydden Hill is a one mile, mixed surface, motor racing venue situated halfway between Canterbury and Dover offering an array of Motorsport action on two, three and four wheels.
Over recent years the circuit has played host to a variety of events including th... (click the button below to read more)

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Temple Manor

Temple Manor was built in the 13th century by the Knights Templar, a military and religious order founded during the Crusades. Located to the west of the River Medway, the hall was designed to provide lodging for dignitaries travelling between Dover and Londo... (click the button below to read more)

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