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Enjoy a family day out at the Seven Wonders of the Weald attractions in Kent this summer

Scotney Castle family trail
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From castles and country homes to steam trains and vineyards - Kent is brimming with exciting things to do this summer.

Experience a journey on the Kent & East Sussex Railway in Tenterden and enjoy free children’s activities with the purchase of a ‘TravelCard’ train ticket.  Events include super-hero training camp on Mondays. Activities run daily until 1 September.

Head to Chiddingstone Castle on 11 August for their Buddhist Art & Activity Day with family-friendly talks, activities, and crafts. Try out some fun yoga for beginners in the Victorian orangery. Also open Sundays to Wednesdays.

Knole in Sevenoaks offers craft activities on Mondays in the summer holidays including a Caterpillar and butterfly event on 5 August where children can make a butterfly bookmark to take home.

Bring the kids for a fun day out and take part in the free tree trail at Scotney Castle this summer, or plan an evening watching outdoor theatre on the 10 and 17 August - booking essential.

Visit Hole Park for a Napoleonic Weekend (31 Aug and 1 Sep) to see soldiers, horses and cannon fire up close! Or take a picnic and enjoy the Proms Spectacular on 24 August or the ABBA Revival concert on 25 August.

In their 50th anniversary year, why not take a private guided tour, enjoy wine tastings or order a delicious sharing platter at Biddenden Vineyards.

To find out what’s happening around Royal Tunbridge Wells this summer including guided walks and Jazz on the Pantiles visit

For further information about the Seven Wonders of the Weald visit