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#1 of 1 things to do in Bilting
Lovely, peaceful tea rooms with attentive & welcoming staff (thank you Jess) & a huge selection of products in the shop, reasonably priced.
Excellent tearoom..The best quiche ever!!!Superb bacon and corn soup.Brilliant farm shop.Very friendly staff.Local produce,some everyday,some food cupboard,gifts and so much more.

Joe's Bows

Hernhill 6.6 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Hernhill
Excellent day at mount emphraim Jo was brilliant , informative , and made it a great birds of prey experience Loved little Elf in particular
Absolutely great day,we spent the morning doing archery,axe throwing and used cross bows great fun and Joe was a great host introducing a bit of friendly rivalry into it.

Westgate Gardens

Canterbury 7.8 mi away
#1 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
The River Stour runs through the park and against the backdrop of the last remaining gate tower and beautiful flowers, it is the perfect place to stop and chill or have a stroll.
well kept and gorgeous on a sunny day, the river is scenic and calming and it is the perfect place to have a picnic or to go punting or feed the ducks.

St. Martin's Church

Canterbury 8.3 mi away
#2 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Hidden gem is an overused term but fits this church perfectly as it's off the main part of Canterbury but is well worth a visit.
The priest assigned to the church is very friendly, and I had the benefit of being there in time for mid-day prayers, which were very short and lovely.
#2 of 51 things to do in Faversham
Fantastic experience, great tour of the UK’s oldest brewery, interesting facts and lots of information all rounded off with a tutored tasting session featuring 6 different refreshments !
... guides The tour was excellent and very interesting and we learned the history of brewing barley and hops in Faversham Afterwards we had the chance to sample the ales and then enjoyed a sausage and mash meal wi...

Tankerton Slopes

Whitstable 11.7 mi away
#1 of 25 things to do in Whitstable
Good place to stay marine hotel seafront veiw lots of people walking their dogs everyone speaks to you its very nice and unspoilt
There is free parking and an ice cream place if needed, it is a lovely place in both winter and summer.
#1 of 3 things to do in Oare
Love it here and so does the dog So lucky to have this beautiful place on our doorstep Favourite place for twitchers but they share the marshes with everyone and all to enjoy Like it best when you can see over to...
Dogs are welcome and there are plenty of well situated hides to watch the diverse wildlife from, a great spot for taking photos as you also have great views over the Thames estuary overlooking the Isle of Sheppey.

Alpaca Annie

Burmarsh 11.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Burmarsh
As well as each person trekking with their own alpaca boy, we had the opportunity to go into the fields where other alpacas were grazing and feed them carrots by hand; what gentle, sublimely beautiful and sweet cr...
... in hot water with clear honey to taste, very refreshing and healthy too, this is a little known charming place you must visit for a drink and a bite to eat after an alpaca trek, or just to eat a lovely place.

Kent Battle of Britain Museum

Hawkinge 11.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Hawkinge
It is beautifully curated with plenty of aircraft and memorabilia for the enthusiasts, with the added attraction of personalised accounts of the brave young men who lost their lives fighting for our freedom.
Lots of focus on the individual pilots, aircrew, home guard etc and their stories rather than the aircraft or technology but this gives this museum a very unique feel and brings home the sacrifice of those who per...

Chilham Village

Chilham 2.8 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Chilham
The beauty of this Kent village is simply breathtakingly, the beautiful church is a must to step into, all the buildings and side streets are like a film set, flowers adorn the houses, and a pub nestled in the cor...
a lovely Kentish village square, it has a pub, church, a tea rooms and a gift shop, we went one evening to watch morris men dancing, there is also a stately home which opens once a month, easy parking with toilets...
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Crypt of St. Leonard

Hythe 11.2 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Hythe
The crypt houses the largest and best kept collection of bones in Great Britain and it’s well worth a visit.
Smaller sized room Crypt than envisgaged but really interesting to see so many old human skulls, with teeth and jaws......And the volunteer lady on the door extremely informative and helpful.....£2 well worth it.

Godinton House & Gardens

Ashford 5.7 mi away
#1 of 31 things to do in Ashford
... and was worth every penny the house is a tour which takes an hour and was very interesting with lovely staff to guide us The gardens are beautiful and larger than we expected with lots of flowers fruit and veg...
... further hour and a half wandering through the peaceful gardens which are beautiful at this time of year and include formal bedding, a rose garden, an Italian water garden, a wild garden, a beautiful pond etc etc.

Christ Church Gate

Canterbury 7.9 mi away
#4 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Christ Church gate is the gate dedicated to Jesus Christ and being the entrance to the Cathedral located on Buttermarket area, where hundreds of tourists seem to like resting.
On our own pilgrimage to Canterbury we stood in awe in front of Christ Church Gate before entering the courtyard of the Cathedral.
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#6 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
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#7 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
... display of items brought back to the City by some of the “Grand Tour” collectors, many paintings by local artists plus temporary exhibits, which at the time we visited, related to the Ladybird Book series.
The remaining exhibitions were also artefacts with a huge range of birds in cases, including the skeleton of an owl, and a range of ancient items including a mummified cat.
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The Kent Museum of Freemasonry

Canterbury 7.8 mi away
#5 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Interesting links with Canterbury Cathedral, with its stone masons and well worth the visit.
Like many members of the public I had grown up thinking that the Freemasons were a closed, secretive society just for the privileged few with a dodgy handshake.

Eastbridge Hospital

Canterbury 7.9 mi away
#8 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
This historic building in the centre of the city is an absolute delight steeped in history dating right back to the 12th century when it was a place to stay for the pilgrims visiting Thomas Becket's tomb.
If you are interested in the history of Canterbury, religious history or social history you will find this place worth a visit.
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Great Stour Way

Canterbury 8.5 mi away
#12 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Great destination in Chartham, where you can look in the church, eat at the pub , check out the architecture and catch a bus or train back to Canterbury.
Nice scenery along the River Stour, a popular destination for dog walkers and cyclists to be.

Kent Cookery School

Mersham 5.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Mersham
I am absolutely stuffed, so don’t eat a big breakfast before you go..... James is a great teacher, who makes things simple, is extremely knowledgeable and helps you realise it’s much easier than you think!
Belated review for my Festive cooking session at Kent Cookery School, a lovely way to spend a few hours in good company, learning how to make delicious Christmas treats such as tinder toffee, marshmallows, and per...

Doddington Place Gardens

Doddington 8.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Doddington
My favourite area is the South Terrace, tucked behind the sunken garden & the lawn in front of the Tea Room, it's a funny little walled secret garden with geometric topiary (removed from the Sunken Garden during i...
There is also a lovely rock garden area which has been recently renovated, woodland paths and then in front of the house there are the formal gardens, there is also an area where the family cats are buried.
#2 of 9 things to do in Chilham
The owner of the Castle in the square, his daughter married here, she and family just had to walk across the square to the church.
The church was open for visitors, which was lovely as so many churches aren't.

St. Augustine's Abbey

Canterbury 8.1 mi away
#10 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
There is a modern visitors centre that complements the historical site, the audio guide gives you the full story of the Abbey and it’s well worth visiting before going across to Canterbury Cathedral .
It has a small museum about the abbey's history, and the site is well kept and well signposted throughout.

Dane John Gardens

Canterbury 7.7 mi away
#14 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
This is a lovely place to wander or just sit on a sunny day, they also have a Christmas market there which is a must if you are about at that time of they year.
A lovely park, pleasant stroll through grassed areas and planted borders.

Playhouse Theatre Whitstable

Whitstable 11.2 mi away
#4 of 25 things to do in Whitstable
Seats all have a good view of the stage (although the front seats in the middle of the balcony have very little legroom so choose elsewhere if you have dodgy knees!).
#1 of 7 things to do in Wye
Beautiful scenery here I got engaged at the crown on the top of the hill so one of my most favourite places it is a bit of a walk so make sure you take drinks and things :)
... down hill but these can be avoided if wished and you can use one of the car park to walk along the ridge to the Chalk Crown - otherwise the Devils Kneading trough is an amazing walk for those more adventurous:)
#2 of 3 things to do in Oare
Lovely walk with interesting information boards and lots of fascinating history relating to it industrial past.
scenic walk perfect for dog walkers and anyone fancying a stroll :)

Rare Breeds Centre

Woodchurch 11.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Woodchurch
Plenty of animals to keep us interested and a variety’s of things to do I won’t say to much as it could spoil it as it’s well worth the trip.. my favourite was the pig racing unbelievable.... to top it all a shop...
Inside the park there is a petting area with piglets, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens etc so the kids can really get hands on (the animals are so chilled it's amazing).

The Buttermarket

Canterbury 7.9 mi away
#18 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Nowadays this is a rather well preserved area with small little shops and lots of tourists lazying on the pavement.
If hungry, you can pop inside the pub to sample good food served by friendly staff.
#13 of 86 things to do in Canterbury
Castle was worth a visit and gave you information about the building, stories and up to date work.
The lady taking money was informative and pleasant and I enjoyed seeing the two cats that live in the towers.
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Canoe Wild

Fordwich 10.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Fordwich
My teenage son and I had a fantastic time hiring a canoe and peacefully sailing down towards stodmarsh we saw plenty of birds including a kingfisher and swans .The young lady in charge was most helpful and polite...
The River Stour between Fordwich and Grove Ferry is incredibly picturesque, calm and tranquil and there’s lots of lovely bird life.