What's On IN KENT?
It is all happening in the Garden of England
Throughout the year, special events provide countless special reasons to visit Kent. From art to food, sport to history, plays to festivals, there's a profusion of diary-linked things to do in Kent today.
Visit Kent’s Guide to What’s On in Kent…
You could let the seasons inspire your visit. A carol-filled, candle-lit, Dickensian Christmas at Rochester; a fragrance-laced spring flower display at Hever Castle. Or be drawn by food and drink: the Whitstable Oyster Festival; the apple and cherry festivals at Brogdale.
Alternatively, time a trip to coincide with a must-see exhibition - perhaps at Margate's Turner Contemporary or Chatham's No1 Smithery. And Kent's diary is packed with other don't-miss events themed around art, comedy, dance, food, festivals, live music, theatre and performance, sport, gardens, guided walks and tours, history and heritage, nature and the great outdoors - there are almost countless things to do in Kent today.
Discover more great reasons to visit Kent by using our search facility below. You can search by type, such as Food & Drink or Arts & Culture or even by location if preferred. This is perhaps the best way to find out What’s On in Kent and which events or attractions best suit you.
Alternatively, you can use the search box to type in your specific enquiry. Many events may be time sensitive as well so be sure to take a look at the dates, which will be clearly displayed at the bottom of the listing.
As if this wasn’t enough, we have even devised a handy map of What’s On in Kent today and the rest of the year - key areas highlighted for your convenience. So, if you are looking for events in a certain area of the Garden of England, this will help you to do just that with great ease. Just click on your area of interest and the map will zoom in and show the area in more detail and give you detailed description of what is happening and where.
All of this has been done so that you can find exactly what’s on in Kent today with the minimum amount of fuss.