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Visit this delightful Jacobean house in Spring. Join their special Plant Fair in May and enjoy a stroll through 13 acres of stunning gardens.
Coined 'The Loveliest Castle in the World', Leeds Castle is perfect for a great day out with the family or a romantic getaway with a loved one.
Macknade Fine Foods is the South-East leading food hall, built on a 170 year history of food, farming and retailing in Faversham.
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
Perfect as a touring base or a day trip destination, visit our dedicated website for endless possibilities for groups in Kent
Boasting world-famous gardens, fairy-tale moated castles and mellow country manors and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tunbridge Wells is a destination you wouldn’t want to miss.
Ashford and Tenterden are Kent's example of ancient and modern where advanced rail links and infrastructure meet istory-rich villages, idyllic countryside and superb local vineyards.
The Wise Words Festival brings music, performance and poetry to the heart of Canterbury, so be sure you join in the celebrations this week!
Chilham Castle will be celebrating its 400th birthday in grand style by opening its doors to the public & hosting the première of the Globe Theatre’s open-air summer season
The Powell Cotton Museum is hosting the ultimate sleepover. Spend the night camping in a museum and be entertained by a fun torchlight trail and craft activities.
Discover the Garden of England in Spring
Leeds Castle, nr Maidstone
Celebrate the Year of the English Garden in Kent
Hole Park, photo by Darryl Curcher
Kent's irresistable walking and cycling territory
Photo by Explore Kent