What's On in Kent
7 Amazing Attractions to Visit in Kent this Autumn
If you are looking for interesting Days Out in Kent and Sussex this autumn why not Visit the Seven Wonders of the Weald and enjoy wine and cider tastings at Biddenden Vineyards or the tranquil gardens at Hole Park in Rolvenden which have just been named Large Garden of the Year 2016 by Visit Kent and Kent Life Magazine.
For entertaining days out with or without the children why not visit the beautiful Castles and Gardens at Scotney Castle in Lamberhurst or Chiddingstone Castle which can be found in the pretty National Trust village of Chiddingstone between Penshurst Place and Hever Castle. Enjoy a nostalgic steam train journey on the Kent & East Sussex Railway in Tenterden or take the family to Groombridge Place. Many of the attractions offer group discounts and are great places to enjoy delicious cream teas.
All the Kent attractions are within easy reach of the historic Spa Town of Royal Tunbridge Wells which has plenty on offer for visitors from Jazz and food festivals on the Pantiles to theatre, shopping and great restaurants including michelin-starred Thackeray's restaurant.
All the Seven Wonders are easily reached by car and Royal Tunbridge Wells is only 50 minutes from London via direct train routes from London Charing Cross, Waterloo East or London Bridge Station.
For things to do when you Visit Kent or Sussex, see our events listings opposite.
For hotel and self-catering accommodation visit the Tourist Information Centre on the Pantiles or visit www.kentandsussexcottages.co.uk
Enjoy FREE entry to Kent's Attractions
For just £30 enjoy one free entry to all these attractions - Groombridge Place, Scotney Castle, Chiddingstone Castle, Hole Park Gardens and a return journey on Tenterden's Steam Railway. See our pass page for details.
Click here to download the 2016 Seven Wonders of the Weald leaflet