One of Kent's most popular historical attractions is keeping its grounds and gardens open for families living nearby.
Animal attractions, which had hoped to open on select days through January, have now been forced to close their gates to visitors.
Two Kent animal parks have been forced to change their planned opening times for January.
A festive lights trail has decided to extend its run further into January due to overwhelming popularity.
Peter Rabbit themed winter trails are popping up in Kent for families looking for a wintery walk with some added fun.
An ice rink which was delayed as a result of government restrictions, is opening to visitors.
Looking to escape the strains of 2020 for an afternoon? One Kent attraction has a magical answer...
Despite initial concerns that some events may not be able to go ahead as planned both the rice rink and festive experience at Bluewater are now open.
Looking for somewhere to take the kids this month? Kent's wild animal parks are reopening and promising brilliant outings in the great ourdoors:
A Grinch-themed outdoor trail will go ahead this December, along with other Christmas events, despite Kent's move to Tier 3 restrictions.
Are you struggling with the thought of amusing the kids over another weekend in lockdown? Here's some suggestions of things to do...
Santa in his sleigh, an enchanting Christmas scene and the chance to leave wishes on a magical tree are all part of an attraction's Christmas plans.
An historical attraction allowed to remain open during lockdown is offering families reduced-price tickets to come and enjoy its outdoor facilities.
Country parks, woodland and attractions with large grounds and gardens can stay open this month. Here's 7 outdoor spaces to enjoy with the kids:
Get your spook on for the remainder of the half term holiday with one of these events happening in Kent this weekend.
Two Kent wildlife parks have launched a half price ticket offer for the remainder of the half term holiday. Learn more here.
Pumpkin fields in some parts of Kent are now turning away visitors after high demand has seen them run out days before Halloween.
An attraction has added additional dates and increased capacity to meet Father Christmas due to overwhelming demand from families.
Looking to make the most of the half term holiday in Kent? We've a run down of things to do, events you can book and the days out on offer...
From an spooky outdoor trail to magical film screenings, Bluewater is offering families a Halloween-themed half term adventure.
The country's largest and fastest zip-wire is set to take flight in Kent early next year. Here's how to claim early bird prices...
Not yet picked up a pumkin for Halloween? Here's the pumpkin fields in Kent open during half term:
A play village, with mini roads, traffic lights and a petrol station, has opened at a Kent attraction to help children learn to ride safely.
A charity helping people with learning disabilities, hopes families picking pumpkins from its patch will help bolster funds hit hard by coronavirus.
Fancy a halloween half term outing with a difference? Go Ape is offering families the chance to take on its treetop high ropes courses after dark.
From pumpkin picking to finding Wally and the reopening of one of Kent's biggest soft plays - here's some suggestions for the weekend.
Feeling organised? Restrictions mean many half term and Halloween events are pre-book only. We've rounded up those with tickets now on sale:
Families are expected to snap up tickets to Hever Castle's magical Christmas events, this year with a Peter Pan theme, which go on sale this week.
After more than six months of closure popular soft play attraction Monkey Bizz in Strood has finally reopened to visitors.
Soft play, a 'dinky town', laser arena and party kingdom are all part of plans for a new children's entertainment complex in Kent.
From wartime air displays to live music, Kent is gearing up for an action-packed weekend. Here's how your family can be part of it:
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