Attractions in Kent

There are a wealth of attractions in Kent to suit the whole family, including Canterbury Cathedral, Dover Castle, Shell Grotto, Canterbury Roman Museum & Margate Museum. Discover them here!

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Attractions in Kent

 

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Frosts Garden Centres

, Various Locations

Frosts is a family-owned, independent group of four garden centres and landscaping company. Our head office and the Woburn Sands Centre is located just outside Milton Keynes, our...

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Rare Breeds Centre

Highlands Farm, Woodchurch, Ashford

The Rare Breeds Centre is the only Rare Breeds Centre in Kent and is approved by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. Families, adults and groups can enjoy a perfect day out on our...

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Willows Farm Village and Park

, Hertfordshire

The perfect kids day out in Hertfordshire Set in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, Willows Farm Village offers a wonderful family day out with a fun packed programme of...

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Canterbury Cathedral

Cathedral House, 11 The Precincts, Canterbury

A holy site has existed in Canterbury since St Augustine arrived from Rome in 597 AD. Destroyed by fire in Norman times and partially renovated after the Civil War in the 17th...

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Canterbury Heritage Museum

Stour Street, Canterbury

The Canterbury Heritage Museum is a more general exploration of the history of Canterbury and displays the original Bagpuss and Clangers toys from Oliver Postgate’s...

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Canterbury Roman Museum

11A Butchery Lane, Canterbury

The popular Beaney venue houses two of Canterbury’s main museums. Canterbury Roman Museum is situated mostly underground. This unique setting allows visitors to see mosaics,...

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Crampton Tower Museum

The Broadway, Broadstairs

The Crampton Tower Museum tells the story of the first water supply in Broadstairs. The tower is named after Thomas Crampton who was a local entrepreneur and inventor in the...

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Dover Castle

Harold's Road, Dover

The majestic Dover Castle boasts 2,000 years of history, dating back to King Henry II. This important mediaeval castle invites visitors to explore ‘haunted’ tunnels and...

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Margate Museum

The Old Town Hall, Margate

The Margate Museum is set in a historic building in the Old Town which used to serve as the courthouse and prison. It now holds a diverse variety of special exhibitions which...

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Ramsgate Maritime Museum

Clock House, Pier Yard, Royal Harbour, Ramsgate

Explore the history of Ramsgate in Ramsgate Maritime Museum. Exhibits are dedicated to lifeboats and the area’s fishing traditions. The clock on top of the museum is set...

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Richborough Roman Fort & Amphitheatre

Richborough Road, Sandwich

Sandwich was the first place that the Romans visited when they invaded in AD 43. Their fort, Richborough, was used to defend against Saxon invaders. After the Romans withdrew, it...

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Shell Grotto

Grotto Hill, Margate

The stunning Shell Grotto in Margate was discovered by chance in 1835. Visitors can enjoy walking through underground tunnels adorned with breathtaking mosaic designs made from...

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The Charles Dickens Museum Broadstairs

2 Victoria Parade, Broadstairs

When you are planning a vacation to London, it is only fitting that you should visit some of the most famous towns nestled deep in the recesses of London. Broadstairs in Kent is...

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The East Kent Railway

Station Road, Shepherdswell, Dover

The East Kent Railway in Dover has a small railway museum and an operational steam railway which runs in a four mile loop. The first ever steam railway for passengers was...

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The Pinball Parlour

2 Addington Street, Ramsgate

Pinball wizards will enjoy a visit to Ramsgate’s pinball museum. On display are 30 different pinball machines from the 1950s to the present day. The venue is close to the...

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Whitstable Museum

5 Oxford Street, Whitstable

In Whitstable, there is a museum dedicated to the town’s history of oyster fishing and marine industry, the Whitstable Museum and Gallery. Exhibits include Victorian...

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Wildwood Wild Animal Park

Herne Common, Herne Bay

The Wildwood Wild Animal Park which houses many species of British wildlife. Animal lovers will also enjoy a visit to see the farm animals at Druidstone Park. In Sandwich Bay,...

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