There are so many things to see and do in Kent. You may want to keep the cost of your excursion at a minimum and there are ways to do just that. There are things in Kent that you can do for free that are fun and enjoyable. Here are some free entertainment options that are interesting and will not break your budget.
For the enjoyment of the whole family, you should not miss the Dreamland Margate. They have vintage rides and pop-up entertainment along with amazing street food. They also feature art and even have a retro Roller Disco and Octopus’s Garden. There is no entry fee which makes this a perfect way to spend the day close to the beach.
If you love gardens and fresh flowers you will have a great time at Lower Leas Coastal Park. It has the biggest free adventure play area and is split into three different areas. They have the gardens, fun zone, and a quiet relaxation area so there is something for everyone.
History buffs can check out the Sandwich Guildhall Museum and Archives. They have ancient coins, relics and much more. You can take a look at priceless documents like the Magna Carta. They have special exhibitions like ‘The Battle of Sandwich 1217’.
Crab and Winkle Way, named for the pioneering railway line between Whitstable and Canterbury. It is a bike path that takes you through the RSPB nature reserve and on through Clowes Wood, a woodland of conifers.
Tuner Contemporary is a seaside art gallery that has art you will not find anywhere else. After checking out the art you may decide to take a walk on the beach and see if you can spot the sculpture by Antony Gormley.
The Wine Garden of England has self-guided tours and a few vineyards to explore like Hush Heath Estate and Winery plus Biddenden Vineyards. It is absolutely free and a wonderful way to spend your time.
The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge is in historic Canterbury which is a host to a lot of history waiting to be explored. You can look at the sculptures of The Magna Carta Barons, browse some of the finest collections in Kent and see some of the original television scripts from Bagpuss.