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Gulbenkian

Muddy says: Gulbenkian is the University of Kent's Art Centre, a Boutique Theatre that offers a diverse arts programme. Described as the 'gem of Canterbury' renowned for their reasonable ticket prices, friendly service and amazing shows - It can't be missed!

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Chatham Historic Dockyard

Muddy says: Celebrating everything associated with the great age of sail, this landmark venue makes a great day out. The exhibition is all really interactive, there's always new stuff happening and three massive, MASSIVE warships to explore. What more do you want?!

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Lamb House, Rye

Muddy says: A delightful National Trust Georgian house, once home to writer Henry James, that is bursting with literary history. Definitely one to consider on your next excursion to Rye - well you needed a reason to revisit this charming town full of independent gorgeous shops and restaurants...

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Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Muddy says: One of the most famous gardens in England IN the Garden of England -it's a must-do in Kent

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Smallhythe Place

Muddy says: Don't miss visiting this hidden gem in Kent this Summer with plenty to see and do for ALL of the family!

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Bore Place

Muddy says: Bore Place is many amazing things rolled into one. Set in 500 acres of countryside it makes a stunning venue for a wedding. It also hosts a whole variety of the kind of original and interesting workshops we know you'll absolutely love - from Artisan Bread Making to an Introduction to Bee Keeping...Oh and there's Holiday Clubs too!

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Wildwood

Muddy says: 200 native animals set in 40 acres of beautiful ancient woodland plus Kent's tallest drop slide - kiddie heaven!

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Lingfield Park Resort

Muddy says: Lingfield Park is more than just a racecourse – it is a leisure resort offering racing, a 4* Marriott Hotel and spa and a championship 18-hole golf course.

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Goodnestone Park

Muddy says: Goodnestone Park is a stunning, privately owned stately home and garden near Canterbury. You can hire the whole house for that truly special function or weekend with friends. There's a reason it was a favourite of Jane Austen and the producer of Downton Abbey!

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Bewl Water

Muddy says: Bewl is a big, beautiful reservoir offering a fantastic range of outdoor activities - from cycling to open air cinema, children's parties to cookery courses - there's fun stuff to do all year round. Oh and a decent restaurant too!

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Wingham Wildlife Park

Muddy says: A brilliantly, manageable-sized park set in a picturesque region of the county that boasts more species than any other zoo in Kent. With everything from tigers to a family of rare Western Chimpanzees and hands-on animal experiences to try.

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Reuthe’s Nursery & Gardens

Muddy says: Stunning historic gardens only recently restored to their former glory, so earning the name 'the Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks'. Explore the jungle-like pathways, enjoy homemade cake in the café or let little ones discover the cute play area - and there's special events like kids' craft, gardening workshops and foraging courses too!

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The Salutation

Muddy says: The Salutation, is a stunning country-house sitting in the heart of Sandwich, a pretty town on the Kent coastline. The location, elegance and warmth of the place make it the perfect escape whatever the weather.

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Riverhill Himalayan Gardens

Muddy says: We love this fun and imaginative family day out - perfect if you're in the Sevenoaks area and looking for a smaller, boutique day trip with a garden, café and shop...

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