Things to do with the kids in Kent during the summer holidays
Including a submarine, a steam train, a castle and a goat
Thursday 24 July 2014
The garden of England is on London’s doorstep. It is easily accessible to people who live in Kent and those who don’t. And there’s no shortage of family-friendly things to do on a summer’s day – and they vary from some that are absolutely free and some for which you will need a plastic card or two.
From Britain's only goat sanctuary, a submarine, a steam train and a castle, we take you through a selection of the best places to visit with the children in Kent.
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