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Explore Knole's prosperous past, one of England's most important historic houses, beautifully set in a medieval deer park
For a fun family day out go and visit Britain's last working coal-fired Oast House. Kent Life is a real working farm with lots of things to do
Enjoy a full week of terrifying half-term fun and authentic African Experience in one of the largest animal parks in the UK
Kent is an ideal short break or holiday destination, and offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets
Situated in the southeast corner of England, Kent is an easy place to get to whether you're travelling by road, rail or air
The new Visit Kent Magazine 2014 is our annual visitor guide to the very best of what the county has to offer. View it online now...
Kent's original market town, Faversham is the perfect place to experience local traditions and landscape, while sampling great Kentish food and drink
Witness a town's regeneration through art in Folkestone, and enjoy a blend of creativity, scenic landscape and chic eateries. Don't miss the Folkestone Triennial
Try Creative Foundation's Fiction for experiencing something different. The show will take you on a sound journey, almost like Inception
Experience Medway in style with Kent's only open top bus tour. During the trip you will learn lots about Medway's history
Canterbury Festival is in full swing so why not check this year's programme of over 200 events and enjoy the celebrations?
Hurry! Folkestone Triennial runs until 2 November
Delve deeper and explore 10 hidden gems
10 must-sees for for your first visit