With excellent transport links to Kent, Sussex and London the choice of museums will satisfy almost any area of interest.
Kent is described as the Garden of England for a good reason. Kench Hill is the perfect base from which to explore some incredible places. Sandy beaches, forests, cliffs, chalk downland, wildlife sanctuaries and lakes to name a few.
Guided tour with education officer, worksheets included. Tudor structure, military use. Use our binoculars to see water birds on adjacent gravel pits. Can combine with Rye Harbour Nature Reserve (shingle beach, river estuary) or Rye town for a whole day. Up to 15 children half-day trip by minibus, or coach … Read More
C14 th castle built for defence and as a luxury home. Optional guided tours and armoury workshop – £2.50-4.50 each. Can combine with a morning walk or go via Rye/Camber Sands. Gift shop, WC’s. In summer term it is possible to travel by steam railway from Tenterden (£7.25 return). Limited … Read More
The following attractions are also recommended, and are particularly suitable as options on the way back to London to extend your final day. Museum of Kent Life ( Maidstone) Cost: £4.50 per pupil + coach hire 40 mins drive www.kentlife.org.uk Wildwood Discovery Park ( Herne Bay) Cost: £3.50 + … Read More