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#1 of 1 things to do in St Mary Hoo
What a loverly place had a fantastic time with the grandchildren great value for money love the animals all very well looked after staff excellent will recommend to everyone definitely be back soon and the baby fo...
Live near by, this is such a lovely friendly place to visit, my little boy loves the zoo, the food is fantastic, they have worked so hard and it’s come so far from when it was just a pub.
#1 of 1 things to do in Cliffe Woods
We really enjoyed ourselves , a hidden gem with a farm shop attached very nice and homely , will go again .
Situated at the back of a farm shop very well stocked with fresh local produce, it is a small, cozy nook.


Strood 5.4 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Strood
i had in myhead that it wouldnt be very good due to the are it was in, but wow how wrong i was. it was one of the best rooms we have ever done, so much detail and great fun. the hosts were amazing too, soo friendl...
The guys running it are real escape room enthusiasts and we really enjoyed ourselves.

Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara

Gravesend 8.9 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Gravesend
Provided you act quietly and respectfully you are welcome to enter the Halls except when a service or ceremony is in progress, even during the weekly unbroken reading of the Sikh Holy Book, the Guru Adi Granth (wh...
Whilst walking around the ground floor admiring the beauty of the place we were approached by another chap who took time with us walking us around the place and telling us the history of their religion .

Playopolis Board Game Cafe

Rochester 5.1 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Rochester
For a team night out we decided to give it a try, with a mixture of board game enthusiasts and a couple of skeptics we rocked up, played a good variety of games (selected from the vast library), had a bite to eat,...
They have a great selection of boardgames to suit all tastes and all in all we had a brilliant time.

Kent Owl Academy

Maidstone 10.6 mi away
#1 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
A perfect end to a perfect day courtesy of an incredibly skilled and professional team of animal and bird lovers / keepers who went out of their way to share their enthusiasm, knowledge and passion for owl welfare...
The volunteer staff we met, Mike and Lisa, were amazing and incredibly knowledgeable about these beautiful birds.

Rochester Cathedral

Rochester 5.0 mi away
#3 of 30 things to do in Rochester
This cathedral is smaller than others I have visited in fact more like a large parish church but it it charming and the architecture is exceptional well worth a visit - and free too !!
Rochester is an amazing cathedral with freindly volunteers helping the visitors, the cafe located in the vaults is pleasant, confortabl and very affordable.
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Royal Engineers Museum

Gillingham 4.0 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
The routing around the displays is easy to navigate, and the route takes you through the history of military engineering from Roman to modern times, mainly focusing on British military (well it is the Royal Engine...
I took my 6 year old son who had an amazing time and so did I! The tanks in the car park are a really great start to the visit and the indoor section is impressive too!

Six Poor Travellers House

Rochester 5.0 mi away
#2 of 30 things to do in Rochester
I visited this little gem today it's free entry just need to leave a donation , what a lovely place they have a small walled garden at the rear of the property it is absolutely beautiful with a lovely herb garden...
The delightful and knowledgeable custodian lives in the flat upstairs, and the place, which is open free, is well worth a visit.
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Belfairs Wood, Park and Nature Reserve

Leigh-on Sea, UK 8.3 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Leigh-on Sea
can enjoy a stroll through the woods or cycle you can enjoy spotting the wild life.You can also enjoy pony rides or play golf and an excellent adventure play area for kids after all this you can enjoy a well earne...
Choose the main paths where you will meet horses, cyclists families golfers and dog walkers or for more quite reflection choose to walk into the woods where you will only meet the odd dog walker Excellent if you w...

Guildhall Museum

Rochester 4.9 mi away
#4 of 30 things to do in Rochester
The free entry was definitely a bonus but such a well thought out and put together museum well worth a visit.
There was plenty of information on the exhibits and the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable.
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Hadleigh Castle

Hadleigh, UK 7.1 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Hadleigh
Brilliant piece of local history, free access, wonderful views over the Thames Estuary, walk all the way down to Leigh on Sea, well kept, veiws over the Olympic Cycle Track and a very nice cafe on the Salvation Ar...
Great day out, weather was really nice, kids and I enjoyed climbing the castle (and subsequently being told off), views were great and went to the farm where kids had a great day.. Well worth a visit to here with...

Wat Tyler Country Park

Basildon, UK 8.6 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Basildon
I’ve been coming to wat Tyler park since I was little , it’s great for kids big park area outside cafe plenty of space for the kids to run around , mini train you can ride on and lots to explore !
Along with these there are marked paths which are good for little walks around and if you get too tired there is a miniature railway, only accepts cash or you can by tickets at the cafe in the visitors centre on y...

Old Leigh

Leigh-on Sea, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Leigh-on Sea
A breath of sea air on a sunny Sunday morning, join the locals and their gorgeous doggies at Sarah's for breakfast (delicious) and stroll along the main street to the sand.
Small fisherman village , easy to get to by public transport Really nice sea front walk ..you can walk to Southend & enjoy the view If you really want to swim best to go early morning !!

Shorne Woods Country Park

Gravesend 7.4 mi away
#2 of 23 things to do in Gravesend
Brilliant park with good toilets and cafe - suitable for everyone- good disabled facilities brilliant kids adventure park and excellent pathways for walking,cycling and dog walkers and plenty of doggy- doo bins!!
Great variety of walks that are clearly marked and explained on maps frequently dotted around so if you just want a gentle stroll or to do the 10km Darnley trail.

Mote Park

Maidstone 12.5 mi away
#4 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
Love this place It hosts an annual rock festival Lovely place Easy access Walking though it yo get to festival site- lively walks - car parking Even a park exercise area with individual equipment for working out on.
Having once lived in Maidstone, I have always loved Mote Park, The big mote where you can feed the birds, certain times you can ride boats, Play areas for the kids, plenty of space for adults to play football or w...

Riverside Country Park

Gillingham 4.1 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
Lovely place to take children for a great day out, lots of play equipment, nice cafe, and then time for a stroll along the riverfront (the Medway)
Riverside is a lovely country walk for solo's, couples, young families and older ones too.

Thorndon Country Park

Brentwood, UK 13.5 mi away
#4 of 17 things to do in Brentwood
These are signposted as well as the nature of the paths, be they shared with cyclist or horses, as well as directions to the 1 shop/cafe in the park which is located near the North Entrance which is accessed from...
The park is always a pleasure to visit - the Gruffalo trail is really good for young children and there are plenty of areas for a picnic but the cafe is also ideal for tea or a snack

Maidstone Museum

Maidstone 11.9 mi away
#3 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
... remains founf around Maidstone there is lots to learn and there are some fantastic things to see - including an Egyptian mummy, whale skeleton, fascinating archaeological remains and military exhibits.
Small but interesting musume, nice staff small but well stocked gift shop , has some very interesting artifacts, the building alone is worth a visit

Capstone Farm Country Park

Gillingham 7.0 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
Nice lake so you can feed the ducks swans etc cafe with good food and friendly staff great for photography
Plenty of water wildlife, swans, geese, coots, moorhens variety of ducks and others.

Cobtree Manor Park

Maidstone 10.5 mi away
#6 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
We had a lovely walk around the park and the woods.
Cafe itself sells coffees, cakes, ice creams, hot food and sandwiches.

Palace Theatre

Southend-on-Sea, UK 8.5 mi away
#3 of 72 things to do in Southend-on-Sea

Upnor Castle

Rochester 3.4 mi away
#6 of 30 things to do in Rochester
After parking the car in the free car park it us a short walk to the castle down a lovely cobbled street reminiscent of Rye the entrance is somewhat underwhelming but the castle or fort itself is very interesting...
Well worth a visit - and at the end of a charming, very old street of pretty cottages, and an authentic 18th century pub.
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Tilbury-Gravesend Ferry

Gravesend 9.2 mi away
#3 of 23 things to do in Gravesend
... Fort and The Worlds End Pub, over in Gravesend an old but vibrant town with plenty of cafes and pubs, with their own Fort and Gardens and lovely river promanade and cafe with lots of swans for children to feed.
Lovely little trip across the river weather your comuting or just going on a little outting in gravesend its worth the walk to the pier its a 3-4mimute journey.

Priory Park

Southend-on-Sea, UK 9.1 mi away
#6 of 72 things to do in Southend-on-Sea
The old priory has had a face lift and is now a really good visitor center, well worth a visit.
Thus is a really great place to visit on a day off or at weekends to relax.

The Friars

Aylesford 10.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Aylesford
there were 5 of us in our group and we all enjoyed the meal especially the Baileys cheesecake!!.The Friars itself is very peaceful with lovely areas to stroll around and enjoy.
Summer or winter its always worth a visit, whether its to connect to your spiritual self or simply have a quiet and peacful moment.

Rochester Castle

Rochester 5.0 mi away
#5 of 30 things to do in Rochester
Really worth a visit if you are staying in the area, there is an audio guide which is a must as the castle is extremely old and it will give a real insight to bygone times.
... to keep everybody interested, as well as the chapel with its timeline, the ticket office also has a gift shop selling various souvenirs plus drinks, you can even go down below to the cesspit, well worth the mo...
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Tilbury Fort

Tilbury, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Tilbury
Great place to visit,really well preserved,radio guide is very detailed, and staff very friendly ,shop a bit limited,hot drinks from a machine,but you can get small snacks.
A primary defence against an invasion or attack up the Thames to London by the French, Spanish, Germans and assorted other European Catholics - this impressive fort in both scale and design really is worth a visit...

Leigh Heritage Centre

Leigh-on Sea, UK 7.3 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Leigh-on Sea
For anyone new to Leigh this was a lovely quirky place to learn the history and see how hard times were many years gone, very well presented and the gentleman within the building was very knowledgeable.
The displays here are very informative and the restored 19th century fisherman's cottage is a real gem.

Shoebury East Beach

Shoeburyness, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Shoeburyness
At far end is the National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) Watch Station which maintains a week end safety watch for users of the Thames Estuary such as kite surfers, wind surfers, leisure craft and people walking ou...
The beach has plenty of parking spaces and has toilets, a BBQ area, a park and a little portable cafe and is round the corner from shoeburyness high street that has a few shops and pubs around.