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#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...

Kent Owl Academy

Maidstone, UK 4.6 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...
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...

Elveys-Canoe

Yalding 5.0 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.

Capstone Farm Country Park

Gillingham, UK 7.7 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

Mote Park

Maidstone, UK 2.3 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.
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.

Cobtree Manor Park

Maidstone, UK 4.8 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, UK 3.1 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...

Go Ape

Leeds 4.1 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.

Kent Life

Maidstone, UK 4.6 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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Teapot Island

Yalding 5.1 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, UK 4.3 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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The Friars

Aylesford, UK 5.6 mi away
#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...

Teston Bridge Country Park

Maidstone, UK 4.1 mi away
#10 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
The meadows adjoining the picnic site are used for grazing by native cattle and ponies, allowing different species of wildflowers and grasses to thrive.
Children and adults playing football, cricket, rounders, climbing trees, etc., in the ample green space next to the idyllic river and Teston Lock.

Little Fant Farm

Maidstone, UK 2.7 mi away
#16 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
Lovely food at the tea barn, old style atmosphere, very friendly, dogs allowed, free to go/park, just a great day out and the ideal spot to get some lunch.
The children’s lunch boxes were great: with fresh fruit, sandwiches, homemade brownies and homemade apple juice.

Tyland Barn

Maidstone, UK 5.1 mi away
#20 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
The owls from the Owl Academy were brought along to Tyland Barn for the children to learn all about hem ad fly them in the education centre.
There is free parking, and the journey from Maidstone takes between 5 - 10 minutes.

White Horse Wood Country Park

Maidstone, UK 5.2 mi away
#13 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
We called in here on way home from coast, we had been meaning to get here for ages as lots of dog walkers had said how lovely it is.
would recommend this park for dog walkers

Whatman Park

Maidstone, UK 2.9 mi away
#18 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
There is plenty to do here, walking, picnic, playgrounds, occasional small live concerts, skate park, sports.
Great place for children.

Vinters Valley Nature Reserve

Maidstone, UK 3.2 mi away
#15 of 44 things to do in Maidstone
Vinters Valley nature reserve is a lovely, well-kept, tranquil bit of countryside which is beset on all sides; busy road on one side with houses beyond, busy crematorium on another, housing estate on a third side...
This is a lovely nature reserve nestled between housing estates and the busy ashford road/school area.

Fremlin Walk

Maidstone, UK 3.0 mi away
#22 of 44 things to do in Maidstone

Brenchley Gardens

Maidstone, UK 3.1 mi away
#25 of 44 things to do in Maidstone