Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway runs for 13 ½ miles from the picturesque Cinque Port town of Hythe, through the family friendly seaside village to Dymchurch, towards the railways headquarters at New Romney and finally reaching the National Nature Reserve of Dungeness. Winner of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence this world famous steam railway is one of Kent’s top attractions.Read More
Run by the Wildwood Trust, a conservation charity dedicated to preserving British wildlife, Wildwood is not just a wildlife park but also a unique conservation project which tells the changing story of British wildlife and woodlands over the last 1,000 years.Read More
Smallhythe Place is a medieval house in Kent that was owned by famous Victorian actress, Ellen Terry. Built in the early sixteenth century, Smallhythe Place has a rich and varied history that spans from shipbuilding and farming, to later being frequented by theatrical and literary greats of the 20th century.Read More
One of the UK’s most fascinating visitor attractions. Whether you are looking for a family day out or a quiet stroll in beautiful surroundings, Quex Park look forward to welcoming you to Quex Park in Birchington, East Kent. Quex Park is home to the Powell-Cotton Museum and the Powell-Cotton family’s extraordinary collection of natural history, ethnography and fine and decorative arts. Quex House, the Powell-Cotton family home, invites you into the lives of this remarkable family. You can also step back into the world of Victorian horticulture by exploring the beautiful gardens.
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