Squerryes Court is a late 17th century manor house that stands just outside the town of Westerham in Kent, is surrounded by 10 acres (around 4 hectares) of gardens and Read more [...]
Nearest Things To Do Kent
Heading to Kent and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Kent coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Kent day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Kent activity.
Herne smock mill was built in 1789 and has a number of milling displays and models. Herne Mill has a three-storey smock built on a two-storey brick base with four double patent Read more [...]
Deal Castle is one of the earliest and most elaborate of a chain of Tudor artillery coastal forts, which also includes Calshot, Camber, Walmer and Pendennis Castles. The castle was Read more [...]
Bayham Abbey, ruins of an abbey of Premonstratensian ‘white canons’, on the Kent-Sussex border. They include much of the 13th to 15th-century church, the chapter house, and a picturesque 14th-century Read more [...]
Maison Dieu, 13th-century wayside hospital commissioned by Henry III in 1234. Flint and timber-framed building now displays Roman artifacts from nearby sites. Limited opening times.
Walmer lifeboat station was established by the RNLI in 1856 and operates two inshore boats. Walmer lifeboat was one of 19 lifeboats that took part in the evacuation of the Read more [...]
Ramsgate lifeboat station is one of the oldest in England established in 1802 and now the station operates two lifeboats, an inshore and all-weather (offshore).
Barnsole Vineyard is a small 1.2 hectares (3 acres) family run vineyard in Kent that was planted in 1993 after 16 years of research and now produces up to 10,000 Read more [...]
Dungeness lifeboat station was established in 1826 and now operates a carriage launched lifeboat. Limited opening times.
Biddenden Vineyard is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard, having been established in 1969 to produce wines and ciders. The vineyards are set in 22 acres on a gentle south facing slope Read more [...]
The Royal Military Canal was built between 1804 and 1809 as a strategic defense against invasion during the Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815) with France. This marker is at the easterly end Read more [...]
Littlestone-On-Sea lifeboat station established in 1966 although a station has been in the area since the 1860s but was known as New Romney. Littlestone-On-Sea now operates an inshore lifeboat. Station Read more [...]