Established in 1995 this Walking tour of Canterbury tells the stories few hear, from the curious tale of the man who beat his wife but was paid back with justice, to the story about the children found within what is now Tiny Tims Tea Rooms. Discover the haunting charm of this historic medieval city as your guide dressed for the occasion in top hat and flowing cloak guides you at a leisurely pace through the dark street. Suitable for families and children, be fearful if you wish for the ghost hunter awaits. dare you join?Visit site
Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, with a history going back to 597AD. Beautiful stained glass windows, stunning architecture and a rich history including the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket which made Canterbury into one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Europe.Visit site
All weather fun for all the family! Old MacDonalds farm is a quality assured Multi-Award Winning FarmVisit site
Heritage and family fun sit side by side in Kent Life’s beautiful and historical 28 acre grounds, home to Britain’s last working coal-fired Oast House and a range of period-dressed historic buildings. A real working farm, Kent Life showcases and breeds traditional farm animals and the hands-on cuddle corner is always popular with visitors. Children will enjoy indoor and outdoor play areas, donkey rides, pottery studio, quad bikes, tractor rides and much more! Don’t forget to relax with a home-made cake in Dotty’s tea room. Open all seasons, events and activities run all year round especially during holidays and weekends.Visit site
90 acre wild animal park, containing world's largest group of gorillas in human care. Also breeding herd of African elephants, tigers, wolves, wild dogs,anteaters, many rare small monkeys and cats.Visit site
Dickens World is a tourist attraction in Kent celebrating the life and works of the legendary author Charles Dickens. With guided tours, take a step back in time and enjoy a family day to remember!Visit site
Miles of mystery and history beneath your feet. Explore these magnificent caves, and learn the rich history going all the way back to when they were first opened to the public at the start of the 20th century. This labyrinth covers over six hectares, thirty metres below the woodlands above.Visit site
Diggerland UK Theme Park is the ultimate adventure park experience where children and adults can ride, drive and operate REAL full size construction machinery. Diggerland is the ideal place to go for an action packed day out that all the family can enjoy. Offering a fun and unique experience,Visit site
The UK’s No.1 Tree Top Adventure. Having fun, enjoying adventures and getting outdoors for great days out! Get up in the trees and Go Ape!
Packed full of new features, rides and undercover wonders to entertain and fuel imaginations – come and enjoy one of life’s biggest adventures. For a fun filled family day out, immerse yourself in many activities during your visit, there really is something for everyone.
Depicts Sheppey’s fascinating history with a wide range of exhibits including fossils, costumes, paintings and photographs, all set within the unique gatehouse building. Superb views can be experienced from the battlements that are 200 feet above sea level.Visit site
Doddington Place is surrounded by wooded countryside in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The lovely landscaped gardens are set in the grounds of an imposing Victorian mansion and covers ten acres.Visit site
Set in 500 acres of beautiful parkland, a visit to Leeds Castle is full of discovery. A special blend of heritage, wonderful grounds and conservation awaits every visitor to this all year round attraction.Visit site
Bredgar Railway is a real family day out at a reasonable cost. There is around 20 acres of parkland and woodland to explore, ideal for a family picnic.The trains run along about ¾ mile of track and are always on the go providing rides to visitors. Explore the museum with a range of Victorian engineering and transport examples, including an extensive model railway and a childs wood railway that the little ones can play with. The locomotives on show and in use include 10 steam and 10 diesel units and a range of rolling stock. Some traction engines and old cars and vans are also on show, enough to keep the enthusiasts occupied for a relaxing few hours. Homemade cakes and sandwiches are available in the tea room as well as ice creams. NOTE: ONLY open Easter Sunday then the first Sunday of the month from May to October.Visit site
Hire an open canoe, double kayak, sit-on-top kayak or stand-up paddleboard, and experience stunning scenery whilst you explore a beautiful river just outside Canterbury. Available to hire by the hour or as a popular 2-3hr trip downstream paddling from pub to pub. Perfect for a relaxing trip or fun celebration on the water. Suitable for all the family, no experience necessary, full tuition and equipment, including buoyancy aids provided. Canoes seat up to 4 people (including 2 small ones). Discover more with our guided trips or learn to kayak taster sessions with our qualified instructors.