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#1 of 10 things to do in Aylesford
This is our “heaven on earth” 2 years ago we were blessed to have Fr Michael renew our Golden Wedding Anniversary in the main shrine and we renewed our wedding vows in the Mass!
Visited the Friary yesterday, it was absolutely wonderful, such a peaceful setting & beautiful chapels, sat in the peace garden for a while, went to the pottery, had lunch, it was a fantastic day out, would recomm...
#4 of 10 things to do in Aylesford
My little boy is 19 months, we started coming here when he was around 5 months and he’s always loved it!
The entrance gate is staffed to prevent older kids from entering the 0-4 area.

Kent Owl Academy

Maidstone 1.3 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...
We arrived right on 1pm for my experience and were greeted and taken behind the scenes to a much quieter wooded area away from the bustle of the main area busy with the visitors to the Kent Life Museum which the A...


Yalding 6.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Yalding
I was a bit nervous as it was my first time kayaking but John being so friendly and welcoming immediately put me at ease! Really great fun and perfect for a hot day as being on the water kept us cool.
We had fantastic weather on the day, the water passes at the weirs were great fun to go down, we saw a Kingfisher, had a relaxing picnic, and the trip was just the right length.

Playopolis Board Game Cafe

Rochester 5.9 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Rochester
There is an incredible range of games ranging from family favourites to risqué party games to full geek staples and obscure treasures.
The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is welcoming and fun, plus the social night is a great way to meet people to game with int he local area.

Buttercups Sanctuary for Goats

Boughton Monchelsea 6.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Boughton Monchelsea
Its all set in a big field which you can explore with the goats following you around or theres a coffee/tea hut and gift shop where you can sit and relax and feed the goats through the gate as they tend to follow...
About the goat place So I come on down with my mum and it was £3 to get in it was amazing place well good fun relaxing and it was nice to have fun with goats and give them a good pet and you can buy food to feed t...


Strood 5.7 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Strood
The manager Steve is super friendly and I can’t recommend the place enough, as even us adults had great fun!! Truly fantastic day for young and old xx
Great softplay and picnic bit next door to a really big cafe (The Dig Inn), which is run by a lovely, friendly lady and serves a huge menu of cooked food, ice cream, drinks and cakes.
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Shorne Woods Country Park

Gravesend 7.5 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!!
There is something for everyone - a children's play area with picnic benches, cycling routes, walking routes, woodland walks for shelter or open fields.

Capstone Farm Country Park

Gillingham 4.6 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
The lake area is very nice, and it's good to see the various birds that populate this area, such as swans, ducks, gulls, a goose, and moorhens.
Nice lake so you can feed the ducks swans etc cafe with good food and friendly staff great for photography

Royal Engineers Museum

Gillingham 6.7 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
Brilliant military museum loads of exhibits starting with bridging tanks outside and finishing with a stunning medal room extremely moving reading the heroism of some of these brave men
Had some down time while away working, came across a leaflet in hotel, Excellent visit with the full history of the regiment and the equipment to make you stop and think, excellent visit

Mote Park

Maidstone 4.0 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.
Great Park for all ages, lovely walk by large lake, which has ducks, swans and geese, nice cafe, very relaxing place to visit, highly recommend.

Riverside Country Park

Gillingham 7.7 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
Nice place to go for a walk in the summer or take a picnic, free parking and well equipped park for the kids to play in, although it does get really busy and you need eyes in the back of your head.
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)

Cobtree Manor Park

Maidstone 1.1 mi away
#6 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
The trails were also enjoyed, they found the elephant house, the lion,etc lots of sculptures, also identifying trees, and then of course an ice cream from the clean cafe, well organised, plenty of tables if you fa...
Anyhow - there is a lot of choice for children here at the park, located in different areas, with plenty of space for picnicking, space in the cafe to eat if you wanted to eat indoors, and lots of walks and woodla...

Maidstone Museum

Maidstone 2.5 mi away
#3 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
The staff are polite, helpful and very knowledgeable and here are lots of fun activities for little ones around the museum, and the children having a party at the museum really seemed to be enjoying themselves.
In this time we saw Victoriana, historic photos on a screen, prison equipment, dolls, and costumes including outfits to dress up in, Victorian toys, before going upstairs for ceramics, stuffed birds, animals, fish...
#1 of 18 things to do in Chatham
We spent the day with our great grandson who was on his first visit to the dockyard,at six and a half the history information went over his head but he loved going in the submarine and the other boats .We had a re...
HMS CAVALIER My father and grandfather were both in the Royal Navy, and both at Chatham (In fact, all 3 generations, myself included have been at Chatham, but, me as a soldier.
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Guildhall Museum

Rochester 6.2 mi away
#4 of 30 things to do in Rochester
Loved the way the info is presented, could have had a bit more detail about the healing side of the Templar and their links with St Johns Ambulance etc. Also the 'HULKS' prison boat exhibit is amazing - again real...
Lovely museum and perfect venue for a wedding Lots of history of rochester, large grand room very impressive in the heart of rochester high street
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Ightham Mote

Ightham 9.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Ightham
... the delightful courtyard.The restoration has been a labour of love with so much of the original manor house preserved & all the staff are enthusiastic in sharing their knowledge & love of the place with visito...
Another wonderful National Trust property, maintained according to the very high standards of all NT properties, with a team of knowledgeable, enthusiastic and passionate volunteers.
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Kent Life

Maidstone 1.3 mi away
#8 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
Gran children love this place Lots to see and do they have a family play area, farmyard where you can feed the animals goats rabbits pigs donkeys and a few more Explore the village life see the homes and lifestyle...
As well as the normal farm animals, there is a soft play area - ideal for when ot rains, a free ride around the farm, “cuddle corner” to pet the animals (guinea pigs/rabbits etc), and on selected days - shows in t...
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HMS Cavalier

Chatham 6.8 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Chatham
A great day out fantastic exhibitions and real ships , wonderful staff so knowledgeable and enthusiastic about naval life.
It is a self guided Tour and there is so much to see on board which gives an insight into how the Crew lived on Board .Highly recommend a visit .

Go Ape

Leeds 7.9 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Leeds
We had a wonderful time, it was both challenging & great fun at the same time, the two boys did amazingly well and were delighted when we got to the zip wire.
I booked a voucher for a Christmas present as we love doing adventurous things :) He absolutely loved it (and so did I!) we done the adults tree top adventure.

Rochester Cathedral

Rochester 6.1 mi away
#3 of 30 things to do in Rochester
It is actually free to visit but donations are requested and if you take the time to look at the running costs the £5 suggested donation is great value, especially compared with most tourist attractions these days.
The cathedral is in the High Street right next to the castle so one can easily combine a visit here with a trip to the castle or a shopping expedition.
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Trosley Country Park

Meopham 6.1 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Meopham
Great day for four of us and the 2 dogs, lots of space for the kids to run and cycle, in the summer we picnic here and it's beautiful.
There are also several stunning views, endless opportunities to explore, a small play area and much more.

Teapot Island

Yalding 6.1 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Yalding
The area is a haven for rambling, dog walking, picnics etc etc perfect scenery on the river so can go kayaking or fishing.
I found a great offer on Groupon and made the 20min drive down to tea pot island with my three children A very interesting place full of tea pots a massive and impressive collection We then ended the visit with an...

Leeds Castle

Maidstone 7.5 mi away
#5 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
Fab place to unwind, take a picnic, see the falconry displays, get lost in the maze and have fun in the park! Fireworks this year were breathtaking Christmas markets are always a big hit with us too.
Plenty for children in addition to exploring the Castle including a Falconry displays, brilliant playpark, gorgeous grounds and a simple fun Easter Egg hunt (a mini Lindt Egg for each child as a prize...v.
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Upnor Castle

Rochester 7.5 mi away
#6 of 30 things to do in Rochester
It is a lovely little castle with lots of fabulous nooks and crannies to explore and plenty of spiral staircases to ascend.
There is enough to explore and look at to keep you busy and then enjoy a picnic on the castle grounds, the children loved running (and rolling!) up and down the grass banks.
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Hemsley Conservation Centre

Fairseat 6.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Fairseat
We were so impressed with the informative keepers and select but unusual set of animals at Hemsley my twins decided as a birthday treat they wanted a keepers experience at Hemsley.
There are so many amazing creatures to see, mostly endangered species including lemurs, monkeys, meerkats, rare birds and wild cats.

Fort Amherst

Chatham 6.2 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Chatham
Bill our guide was fantastic and very knowledgeable, my grandson loved him and was always asking questions, for which Bill was more than happy to answer.
Went to Fort Amhurst Tunnel tour today , great value for money , so good to find an attraction open in the winter Bill our guide was very informative and interactive , asked the group questions and very good at ge...
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Rochester Castle

Rochester 6.1 mi away
#5 of 30 things to do in Rochester
Wedged between the river Medway and the lovely Rochester old town, the castle itself is a real gem and whilst it is a ruin inside one is able to walk right to the top and the walk around the battlements and savour...
The views of the Cathedral, river Medway and the surrounding countryside are magnificent and the insight of what it must have been like to live their through the centuries was very instructive.
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Strood 6.3 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...
It was great fun and brilliant for team building and the owners were incredibly welcoming, funny and helpful.

Buckmore Park

Chatham 3.0 mi away
#5 of 18 things to do in Chatham
Lots of very good drivers are on display but as relative newcomers we enjoyed it very much,despite being absolutely knackered at the end of it.Expensive but great fun!!
Value for money was great, karts where really good and so detailed with lap times, sectors etc etc Really got the bug and can’t wait to go back