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Welcome to our current Kent tourist attraction feature, it is our latest new or revisited attraction so should contain all the up to date information. Follow this link if you'd like to visit our guide to over 60 of the leading Kent tourist attractions.
We have been visiting and reviewing places of interest in Kent, Medway and the surrounding area for over ten years. In that time some attractions have improved whilst others have become less important. We use our own judgement to decide the places of interest we feature here but we find that user comments are also a very important part in adding value to our reviews and listings. As such if you have a particularly good or bad experience with any local tourist attraction or place of interest we welcome your feedback. Where possible we'll include it on the relevant page and use it in our editorial thinking about which attractions we cover.
For the purposes of this guide to days out in Kent, anything that might be of interest to visitors to can be included. Everything from places of outstanding natural beauty, historic monuments and theme parks. Many of the attractions we feature have several different functions, for example Rochester Cathedral is an important spiritual centre and a focal point of the Church of England community in the diocese. It is also a magnet to visitors to the Medway town If something is likely to be of interest to visitors we're happy to consider it's inclusion in these pages.
Our coverage is pretty simple, where we visit an attractions and have enjoyed it so much that we'd like to return then we'd be prepared to include the attraction in our guide. If an attraction is strongly recommend by one of our users or is associated with some noteworthy event we may also include it. If we're not covering the kind of places you'd like to visit let us know, we can't realistically feature all of the thousands of tourist attraction in the area but user input influences our editorial decisions.
The latest review is below, it remains on this page in summary form and will then be moved to its own permanent page when we publish a new 'latest' review.
There will be plenty of va-va-vroom at Kent Life Heritage Farm Park on Sunday 19 July when the award-winning attraction, near Maidstone, hosts a Classic and Vintage Vehicle Show.
Kent Life’s stunning annual display is once again expected to draw visitors from far and wide, who will be given the chance to vote for their favourite.
As well as admiring an array of fantastic vehicles, visitors can make a full day of it by exploring the attraction’s historic vintage village and discovering what life was really like in Kent’s rural past.
They can meet some of the animals in Cuddle Corner or take in the scenery with a tractor ride, before relaxing with a homemade cake in Dotty’s 1950s-styled tearoom.
If you have a classic or vintage vehicle that you would like to take along, Kent Life would love to hear from you. To download a booking form, go to the What’s On section at www.kentlife.org.uk.
Kent Life ticket prices: Adults £9.50; Children £7.50 (aged 3-15); Concessions £8.50. Members and under-threes FREE. Book online in advance and get a 15% discount! There will be a small additional charge for some activities. At certain times of year and for certain events, membership passes are not valid and rates may vary. Opening times: 10am to 5pm daily (last admission 4pm).
Kent Life is the county’s premier rural heritage experience, set in 28 acres of glorious countryside. Explore the beautiful gardens, orchard and one of the last hand-picked hop gardens in the country; ramble along the wildlife discovery trail; and see the last working coal-fired oast house in Britain.
The attraction is also a real working farm, so there are plenty of animals to see, including pigs, sheep, ducks, goats, alpacas, horses and ponies. And with large indoor play areas to explore, Kent Life offers a fun-packed day whatever the weather.
Kent Life is in Sandling, near Maidstone, just off junction 6 of the M20 or only an hour by train from London. For details visit www.kentlife.org.uk or call 01622 763936.
Kent Life is a Continuum Explore Attraction. You can immerse yourselves in country life at Continuum Explore Attractions, where family fun and adventure sit side by side.
Continuum Attractions offer a host of cultural visitor attraction experiences across the UK, from the hallowed cobbles of Coronation Street to Edinburgh’s underground history told under the Royal Mile.
Kent Life is in Sandling, near Maidstone, just off J6 of the M20 or only an hour by train from London. For more information visit www.kentlife.org.uk
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Something for everyone
Kent is as beautiful as it is diverse, within its boundaries there exists a rich range of things to do and places to see. Outstanding natural beauty, a rich history, sites of world wide cultural and religious importance, sensational beaches, ancient woodlands, the list is endless. The point being; if you are looking for a day out Kent can offer something to suit every pocket and taste.
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This feature has been checked and edited but if you feel there is an error or omission let us know.In common with all our pages, this is a feature under development, changes will occur from time to time. We take care over our content but we're happy to correct errors, please see our disclaimer. If you wish to suggest somewhere worth visiting in Kent please let us know.
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This is a website formed, produced and published in Kent. By endorsing any one of the features in this section you will draw the attention of our audience to somewhere well worth a visit. In this way you can play a part in promoting the best Kent has to offer. We welcome feedback on all local tourism issues not just those connected to places to visit.