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#1 of 14 things to do in Rainham
Small range of snacks; ciders and wines for non-beeries.
The ale and the rapport with staff and customers go hand in hand - both stimulate the senses and are of premium quality.


Strood 5.9 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.

Playopolis Board Game Cafe

Rochester 4.8 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.

Buttercups Sanctuary for Goats

Boughton Monchelsea 10.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Boughton Monchelsea
Excellent excellent excellent Friendly and knowledgeable volunteers More goats than you can wave a stick at Highly recommend the goat keeper experience If only we had room for a goat of our own
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...

Kent Owl Academy

Maidstone 6.4 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 3.8 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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Guildhall Museum

Rochester 5.1 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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Shorne Woods Country Park

Gravesend 8.8 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 7.3 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 1.7 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.

Maidstone Museum

Maidstone 7.2 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 2.5 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 6.4 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.

Upnor Castle

Rochester 4.8 mi away
#7 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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Rochester Castle

Rochester 5.1 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.
Lovely atmosphere and historical surroundings, wonderful setting for the Dickens festival.
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The Friars

Aylesford 7.3 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.

Doddington Place Gardens

Doddington 9.1 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.

Fort Amherst

Chatham 4.1 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Chatham
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...
The Fort Amherst Heritage Trust maintains the site and there were some interesting information boards about all the guns and cannons as well as details of the military history of the site when it defended Chatham...
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#3 of 17 things to do in Strood
This delightful micro-pub is an unexpected delight and a local treasure!
Hidden under a railway viaduct with a wonderful garden and a good size car park.

Restoration House

Rochester 4.9 mi away
#6 of 30 things to do in Rochester
Shane is very knowledgeable about Dickens, his art and the area, taking you through a journey of discovery from Dickens humble beginnings to ascension to world fame and fortune.
The gardens outside are in the process of being restored with some remarkable archaeological discoveries coming to light resulting in the reconstruction of a Tudor Garden which in itself is very rare.

Copper Rivet Distillery

Chatham 4.5 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Chatham
Gift or paid for yourself this tour represents great value for money including an amusing yet informative talk around the compact distillery, 'guided' tastes of gin and vodka and a complementary G&T in the bar at...
On arrival the staff were very welcoming, the tour started on time and Rich ( tour guide) made the tour very enjoyable with some tasters included.
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Maidstone 7.8 mi away
#9 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
A beautiful historic house, a charming garden and an excellent tea room where we had a scrumptious quiche, lovely lemonade and nearly lethal chocolate cake.
Tearoom staff wonderfully helpful and kind, lovely food and drinks!
#1 of 18 things to do in Chatham
Just had a superb time yesterday visiting the Chatham Dockyard and especially HMS Cavalier , the WW2 Destroyer .The dockyard staff were friendly and helpful ( £ 25 to enter ) I found the visit enjoyable and would...
Good (free) parking was well organised on site; exceptional staff (Deb & Brenda in ropery - brilliant); fantastic exhibits (do see the lifeboats, HMS Ocelot, Cavalier etc).
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Chatham Naval Memorial

Gillingham 3.7 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Gillingham
Once you walk through the gates, the memorials, writings and epitaphs are truly moving and provide a glimpse of our maritime history and sacrifice made.
A great place to reflect on the sacrifice of the RN.
#10 of 44 things to do in Maidstone

Leybourne Lakes Country Park

Larkfield 8.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Larkfield
We found it an easy distance from where we live and as soon as we pulled off the main road, felt like we were on a orevious holiday! it was easy to park and find the little mobile cafe we had set oir sights on as...
It would be a lovely place to visit at any time of the year though with lots of lakes and paths so you can choose a long or short walk to suit.

Rochester Bridge

Rochester 5.3 mi away
#9 of 30 things to do in Rochester
What a bridge, the bridge enthusiasts bridge if I’ve ever seen one, can’t wait to go again.

Huguenot Museum

Rochester 5.0 mi away
#8 of 30 things to do in Rochester
Well worth a visit the passion and dedication shown by the volunteers is infectious, they are an absolute credit to the organisation Also we were shown about a scheme called the wheel of time, where you collect ba...
Imagine my delight and amazement then, when Alan, through detailed work, did indeed discover that I have Huguenot ancestors 10 generations back through my paternal grandfather.