Kent attractions

Kent attractions are fun and varied. They run from the retro delights of Margate’s Dreamland to the historical mish-mash that is Reculver near Herne Bay. Attractions in Kent will meet the requirements of the most enthusiastic fun-seeker. By gazing at the stained-glass windows at some of the oldest churches in the world or seeking out the countryside, attractions in Kent can be as peaceful as they can be thrilling. And you can learn something too in this county which the Tudors used as their unofficial playground on days out from London. Pretend to be a prince or princess with castles at Dover and Rochester as well as the beautiful Kent attraction that is Leeds castle, located just outside Maidstone.

Attractions in Kent

Nature too provides some prominent Kent attractions with many wildlife parks housing bats and birds or you can just take the little ones crabbing in the rock pools or off the side of a Whitstable groin. Our beaches are stunning and appeal to both tourists as well as locals and many of them are sandy. The coast in particular is also something of an artistic mecca with shoals of contemporary artists dyeing and spray painting their way to stardom. Kent attractions such as artists’ studios and galleries are joining the more established places such as Margate’s Turner Contemporary, independent cinemas and historic theatres with Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre shining brightly. Tourist attractions in Kent will keep you and your family and friends entertained. Even better, many of the visitor attractions in Kent are free or cost very little.