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Visit this lovingly restored local market in Margate, and explore the building's history and heritage whilst going through a range of different stalls selling food and crafts.
Head Chapel Down this spring explore the vineyards, whilst sampling award winning sparkling wines, delicious cider and premium lagers.
Explore Thanet's glorious coastline and 15 sandy beaches and bays, offering everything from traditional family fun and water-sports to tranquillity and relaxation.
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
Situated in the heart of the Garden of England, Maidstone is where orchards and hop gardens surround romantic villages and must-see heritage sites.
Superb shopping at Bluewater, excellent rail links to Europe and London, a rich river heritage, outdoor adventures and an AONB, all add to the appeal of Gravesham.
Enjoy an early Summer's evening at the Riverhill Himalayan Gardens with one of Shakespeare's best regarded comedies, and a spectacular view across the Weald of Kent.
Dreamland presents a fantastic exhibition, displaying props & costumes from the cult TV series, including Del Boy’s flat, the famous Reliant Robin and much more.
Head to Canterbury Cathedral as it opens its doors to its private and secret gardens, meet some of their most talented gardeners, buy plants and try delicious local food
Enjoy Half Term in the Garden of England
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