One of Kent's most popular wildlife parks is planning to reopen its gates to about 500 visitors each day.
Country parks across the county are open, and now that you can drive to them, so are their car parks. Here's where you can head:
A country park packed full of history has said it is now welcoming visitors again.
Families looking for a change of scene for their daily exercise can now visit these gardens in Kent.
The countryside park with a lake, walking and cycling routes has reopened to visitors.
A Kent designer has created a fun and simple new website called Nest Friends to help children learn, spot and record British birds near their homes.
A popular tourist attraction in Kent is appealing for help to survive as it struggles to meet costs.
An orangutan that recently moved to an enclosure in Kent has "died well before his time" from a digestive infection.
A new play centre, which closed because of coronavirus days after officially opening, is asking families to buy gift vouchers for when lockdown ends.
A Kent attraction has announced it is closing its doors for good after 35 years in a city centre.
A Kent attraction has launched two ways to discovering nature together in their gardens or on their daily walks.
We can't visit Forestry England's woodlands currently but managers are offering free themed activity sheets to keep children busy at home.
The RSPB, which runs the Big Garden Birdwatch, has launched a new #BreakfastBirdwatch to cut down on anxiety and get us all enjoying nature.
Getting fresh air and exercise will be crucial for children once schools have closed. We take a look at some of the places you could take them.
Castle managers in Kent are looking for someone to step into a young Henry VIII's shoes for their Golden Joust this year.
Registration for this year's Kent Big Weekend closes on Monday. Have you applied for your free tickets?
If you're looking for something to do with the kids this weekend we've got some suggestions...
Make the most of the weekend with one of these family events in Kent.
A Kent wildlife park will be welcoming a new and exciting group of animals this month.
We have a Family Rover ticket for the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway to give away. Here's how you can enter...
Registration for this year's Kent Big Weekend is now open. Here's how you can apply for free tickets to visit a top attraction in Kent.
Make the most of the last few days of the half term holiday with one of these suggestions for your weekend...
With further bad weather forecast as the schools break for half term, we round up some of the best things to do with the family on a rainy day.
See in the first weekend of the school break in style with one of these suggestions for your weekend..
Two popular Kent wildlife attractions have posted a 'kids go free' offer just in time for the half term holiday.
Looking for something fun and family-friendly for this Saturday or Sunday? Here's our 7 suggestions of things to do...
The National Trust is encouraging families to get muddy, messy and back to nature during half term and has some wild activities to tempt us.
Looking for an action packed February half term for the kids? Here's our round-up of some of the biggest and best things to do...
Kent Big Weekend is back for another year. Learn here how to apply for your free tickets to attractions in the county.
Kent's first inflatable park is now open and we've taken a look inside.
There's some big events happening in Kent this weekend. Learn more about them all here.
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Budding young firefighters will love this fire station open day, with action-packed tours and demonstrations, when it is held online this week.
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