Things to Do in Kent in Winter
Many of Kent’s visitor sites are open all year round, and the county takes on a new lease of life from December to February. Imagine the roaring log fires, sparkling lights and frost-bitten grounds of National Trust properties such as Knole House, Ightham Mote and Scotney Castle...all whilst you snuggle up with a rich hot chocolate or some homemade mulled wine. There really are few things better than visiting Kent in the wintertime.
Wrap the family up warm and explore any of the 4,000 miles of walking routes in Kent, including a trek through our ancient woodland or our crisp coastal paths. Our scores of formal gardens are full of seasonal sights that'll keep both you and the family entertained, and you can always stop by one of our cosy Kentish pubs to get a break from the winter chill.
Take a look below at the Kent attractions open in winter and get ready to lose yourself in a winter wonderland...