Want to try something new but not sure where to go or what to do?
Do the children need to burn off some energy and have some fun?
Try our selection of handpicked, themed days out; there is sure to be something which takes your fancy!
The Easter holidays are always a busy time of the year. We know it can be tricky to keep the kids entertained, so we've found some of the best Easter egg hunts from all over Kent to help keep them busy. Once you've followed the trails, solved the clues and found all the yummy chocolate there are some nearby walks for you to walk off the treats...
Let's forget about the rainy weather and look towards a warm, sunny Spring! There is so much to celebrate in Kent at this time of year, from the sea of bluebells that make an appearance to the stunning views that can be enjoyed on one of these fabulous walks...
With free guided rides, family friendly traffic free routes to long distance days out for the more adventurous, cycling in Kent has something for everyone. From learning to ride a bike with Kent’s cycle training for adults and kids, to the wonderful Viking Coastal Trail taking in some of Kent’s best beaches. Kent is a cycling haven and you’ll find everything you need to enjoy life on 2 wheels right here!
Easy access trails are ideal for people with pushchairs, wheelchair users or for those who prefer flatter surfaces with no stiles or gates.
There are more than 20 great easy access routes in Kent, perfect for the whole family to walk together and enjoy the Kent countryside no matter what your age or ability.
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Sign up to record your levels of sport, physical activity and active travel online and compete with other workplaces at the same time. You can log activities all year round for your own records, and join in with the mini challenges across the year.
Of course, Ramsgate’s packed with natural beauty, incredible history and spectacular views, but did you know it also offers a cycling route that circles an entire island, cliff-topping walking trails, geocaching challenges, sweeping golf courses, boat rides, a canoe trail and more? If not, it might be time hop aboard with Active Ramsgate!
Why drive when you can take a train to one of these stations and start exploring from there?
These 9 routes begin at railways stations around the Medway Valley and take you through woodland, across waterways and introduce you to some of Kent's most picturesque villages
Everyone loves muddy puddles, right? Throw on your wellies and coat and make a mess with the kids.
Head to one of Kent's country parks to explore the play areas, the woodland or the trim trails.
With a little bit of advance preparation you’ll barely notice that it’s raining! Mud is so much better in the rain. Have fun mixing and moulding and making mud pies and mud sculptures might be a bit messy but the kids will love it and it’s sure to wear them out!
It's never too late to learn to map read and get out and about along the way. Kids will love following routes, taking charge with a map and compass, and leading their parents around the countryside.
Arts & Culture
Turn the pages in Charles Dickens Bleak House and you’ll get an instant connection with the house on the cliff top in Broadstairs that famously inspired his work, feel a connection with Jane Austen as you walk through the pretty streets that lie just off the High Street in Tonbridge and imagine the Elizabethan drama in Canterburys narrow streets that could have been penned by Christopher Marlowe himself…