Seek out expert gardening advice and stunning displays of delphiniums at Godinton House and Gardens.
Twelve acres of tranquil gardens are surrounded by ancient parkland studded with stately oaks and chestnuts.
Events, courses and workshops are run throughout the year to be enjoyed by all.
Discover hand-crafted rocking horses made for the rich and famous from Stevenson Brothers in Bethersden.
They are world renowned for their quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail. All of their rocking horses are lovingly hand-made and can be crafted to your exact wishes.
Find a quiet retreat where nightingales sing with Green Farm.
Set amongst idyllic ancient woodland and meadow pastures, Green Farm is Kent’s leading countryside farm and well-being estate.
Home to luxury 15th-century Farmhouse and self-catered Barn accommodation, a boutique Spa and a conservation-focused working farm.
Take a steam train ride on The Kent & East Sussex Railway, a boat ride from Bodiam Boating Station and find a Castle.
Take a journey back in time with an unforgettable day of adventure and travel by steam and heritage diesel trains through some of the best Kent & Sussex countryside
Find the 16th century timbered framed building that houses the theatrical memorabilia of famous actress Ellen Terry at Smallhythe Place.
Smallhythe Place was purchased by renowned Victorian actress, Ellen Terry, in 1899. A year after her passing in 1928 her daughter, Edith Craig, transformed the house into a museum which now displays a fascinating personal and theatrical collection that reflects Ellen's extraordinary career and unconventional private life.
Marvel at the 3rd longest man-made structure in Britain as you walk or cycle along the Royal Military Canal.
Stretching for 28 miles from Hythe, Kent, to Cliff End in East Sussex, The Royal Military Canal was built between 1804 and 1809 as a defence against invasion by Napoleon.
Find the pillbox located along the canal path.
Go back in time to find fossils and dinosaurs at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve.
Come face to face with prehistoric life sized creatures in the UK’s largest dinosaur forest, including ttegosaurus, T-Rex, diplodocus and the Pterodactyl.
Find the Wheels of Time and collect rewards along the way.
Discover Kent’s museums and heritage sites, whilst collecting individual badges along the way. Visit any of the museums and heritage sites shown on the Roamin’ Rex’s map and collect one of 56 different badges at each one.