Travel southeast from the city of London and you will arrive in the Garden of England: Kent. Spanning from the London Borough of Bromley all the way down to a glorious coastline, this county offers so much to see and do – including castles and caves. We have selected the most unique attractions in Kent to guide you through the county’s history.
Having the largest collection of iconic Victorian Oast houses, the Hop Farm dates back over four centuries but has only changed hands four times in 450 years. The land was a fully working farm before opening to the public, and it now provides a wealth of entertainment. Take a trip down memory lane in Yesterday’s World, a museum processing over 1,000 artefacts from Victorian times, and then prepare to be mystified in the Magic Castle. Visitors can also enter into the life of a hop farmer in the Hop Museum and meet friendly animals in Hopper’s Animal World and the birds-of-prey zone, while children can enjoy rides, a soft play area, outdoor adventure areas and so much more.