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Kent's premier farm attraction, Kent Life welcomes all ages with plenty of cute animals, tractors and age-old farming traditions
Visit the home of Sir Winston Churchill in Sevenoaks, a stunning property still much treasured by the Churchill family today
Receive 2FOR1 entry and other great offers this summer when you travel by train, bus or cross-channel operator
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 perfect for enjoying a day-trip or a relaxing break, offering the best of the county’s traditions, countryside and food and drink.
Gorgeous stately homes, irresistible gardens, Roman remains and a picturesque landscape, including the rippling hills of the High Weald and the rolling North Downs, make Sevenoaks a swathe of Kent you can't afford to miss
On the 2nd August, Ightham Mote will host Chapterhouse Theatre's open-air production of Jane Austen's classic, Sense & Sensibility.
Leeds Castle is celebrating all things medieval this summer, with a great exhibition of Henry VIII's armour on display from 23 July
Taking place 100 years after Britain entered WWI, the march will follow the route taken by so many on their way to the Western Front.
Commemorate three momentous anniversaries in our garden
Make the most of the weather in the Garden of England
10 must-sees for for your first visit