below today's Canterbury to discover an exciting part of the Roman town
including the real remains of a house with fine mosaics. Experience
everyday life in the reconstructed market place and see fascinating
finds including "murder swords". Handle real Roman artefacts
in the hands-on area and make your own mosaic.
Museum of Canterbury with Rupert Bear Museum
the story of Canterbury in a beautiful medieval building. See the city's
treasures including the famous Canterbury Cross. Try the fun activities
in the Medieval Discovery Gallery. Meet children's TV character Bagpuss.
Enjoy the Rupert Bear Museum - full of adventure and surprises.
Canterbury Royal Museum & Art Gallery
Institute, High Street
city's picture collection including work by T.S. Cooper. Decorative
art and Egyptian artefacts. The gallery has a range of changing exhibitions.
Here too is the Buffs Museum telling the story of one of England's oldest
West Gate Towers
of England's finest medieval fortified gatehouses. Panoramic views from
the rooftop battlements, arms and armour. Murder holes and other defensive
features. See James, the prisoner in the cell, who kept escaping from
his manacles and chains.
A 16th century Watermill open to the public
showing an exhibition of a working mill and the grinding of flour, with
an award winning restaurant next door serving the finest of Fish & Fruits de Mer this side of the English Channel. Live jazz on certain Sundays
award-winning open air Museum is home to a collection of historic buildings
which house interactive exhibits, and furnished interiors bring the
past to life in memory-evoking period style. The Museums 28 acre site
is also a small-scale and free-range working farm with a variety of
Finchcocks Living Museum of Music. Home to
a world-famous collection of keyboard instruments.
Discover the fascinating history of one of
Kent's loveliest ancestral homes. Lying in the rural Weald of Kent surrounded
by ancient parkland, Penshurst Place has been described as the grandest
and most perfectly preserved example of a defended manor house
Godinton House with its
mellow brickwork and distinctive gables, nestles in a hollow surrounded
by a magnificent Yew hedge. It is one of the most important and fascinating
houses in Kent. The gardens reflect the care and influence of the successive
winning family attraction and one of the South East's leading event
The Hop Farm has museums and exhibitions, shire horses, animal farm,indoor
and outdoor play areas, restaurant and gift shop.
Over 30 special events through out the year
Kent & East Sussex Railway
10½ mile preserved railway takes the visitor between Tenterden
and the fairytale NT castle at Bodiam. Travelling through stunning Weald
and marsh scenery visitors can enjoy onboard refreshments served in
Wildwood is a unique woodland discovery park. It occupies 40 acres
of ancient woodland, with easy access and lots to do and explore.
>From owls to otters, bees to beavers, and wild boar to wolves,
experience close encounters with native wildlife
winning attraction where you can really get involved. Friendly Farm
Animals and Big Horses. Spectacular Hawking Displays. Huge Play Zones
incl Wheelchair Swing. Mini Golf. Magical Sensory Garden. Children's
Crafts. Bee World. Local Produce.
Step back in time to the
1930's. Come along and visit the Elham Valley Railway Museum at Peene,
just off the A20 at Folkestone, Kent, England. Leave the M20 motorway
at Junction 12, just after signs for the Eurotunnel.