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Stay out the cold and find inspiration for winter indoor days out in Kent. While the days are shorter and darker, there’s still plenty to go and see! All attractions shown are open in the winter and have plenty to do inside and in the warm, however make sure you check for specific opening times.

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Enjoy a whole host of fantastic events in Kent this Spring

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Hipsville Seaside A Go Go! The Uk's wildest 60s and beyond themed party weekend!

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Have a fun day out with the kids in Kent! There’s plenty of things to do both indoors and outside to help keep your little ones entertained all day and to make fun lasting memories. Take a steam train ride, meet animals at a farm, or perhaps become a knight or princess at a majestic castle. Your adventure starts here.

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Enjoy an exciting historical jousting tournament at Blenheim Palace from 29th April – 1st May. Recreating the glorious jousting matches of Britain’s 13th Century, knights will do battle in a daring display of bravery and skill.

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From the traditional May Day Festival celebrations to gardens bursting into colour, seasonal Spring Fairs, a literature festival, plenty of family fun and lots more – all on offer at Kent’s great visitor attractions.

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Traditional celebrations to welcome in the spring from the mythical Green Man of folklore and Jack-in-the-Green plus Maypole dancing on the Castle forecourt.

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Britian's Got Talent’s Lucy Kay will return as the Narrator in the upcoming 2017 touring production of Joseph and the amazing techniclour dreamcoat, starring XFactor winner Joe McElderry.

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Motors by the Moat is the ultimate weekend for anyone with a passion for cars. Get up close to hundreds of vintage, high performance and classic cars from around the world including a World War Two themed section.

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Be uplifted by thousands of stunning tulips creating a riot of colour at Hever Castle this spring.

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