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The Little Black Book: Attractions

  • The Canterbury Tales

    Muddy says: nestled in the heart of Canterbury since 1988, this well-loved visitor experience is perfect for your next family day out! Learn about Chaucer's famous tales in an authentic and engaging way, literature brought to life.

  • The Pound

    Muddy says: rated as Kent's no.1 cocktail bar on TripAdvisor and winner of Kent's Best Bar in our Muddy Awards in 2018, we are very proud to present this Canterbury bar with a difference in a quirky historic setting

  • 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!

  • Chatham Historic Dockyard

    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?!

  • Betteshanger Park

    With everything from fabulous family biking trails to The Beast (the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course!) Betteshanger Park is a brilliant place for outdoor adventure...

  • 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...

  • Mount Ephraim Gardens

    Mount Ephraim Gardens is a little pocket of pastoral bliss conveniently placed just outside Faversham. Set in ten glorious acres of stunning Edwardian terraced gardens it makes a stylish venue for weddings and parties, against a backdrop of the beautiful Kent countryside. Here sneak a peak...

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