10 free days out in London!

If funds are low and the kids are bored, why not have a day out in London? There are LOADS of places to entertain kiddies of all ages, and so many are completely free! With travel free for under 11s too (for travel via the tube, DLR, Overground and TfL rail services) it can be great …

Kent Big Weekend – a free day out!

If you have never heard of Kent Big Weekend, then you are missing a trick my friend! Every year you can enter to win free tickets to attractions all over Kent – there are so many different days out to choose from. Make sure you sign up to be in with a chance of getting …

Rochester Cathedral

If you’re after a little culture this summer, why not visit Rochester Cathedral? Unlike other cathedrals, such as Canterbury, Rochester is completely free to visit so it could be an interesting day out if you fancy something a bit different to do. A variety of free trail sheets are available at the Welcome Desk to …

Haysden Country Park, Tonbridge

Haysden Country Park, in Tonbridge, boasts 160 acres of parkland and lakes. It is classified as a nature reserve, as it is home to lots of wildlife and wild flowers. It’s really popular with the locals and a beautiful place to visit for a chilled day out with the kids. The park is dog friendly …

Mote Park, Maidstone

Mote Park, in Maidstone, is a great place to visit to let off some steam – the 450 acre site is enormous. This one comes into both the free and affordable camp – you can spend barely a penny here, or book onto some of the paid activities available. There is a good play park, …

Cobtree Manor Park, Aylesford

Cobtree Manor Park, in Aylesford, is a great place to spend a freebie afternoon with your little ones and their buddies. There is plenty of space for everyone to run around, and the park is dog friendly if you want to wear the kids and the pooch out at the same time! The play park …

Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens, Dover

Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens, in Dover, are a great choice for a sunny day. And, the best bit is, it is open every single day of the year and it won’t cost you a penny for entry or parking – so, if the kids don’t fleece you for an ice-cream, you can have a …

Dungeness Nature Reserve

Dungeness Nature Reserve is a huge expanse of shingle landscape, in fact it is one of the largest in the world. It is home to many rare species of plants, insects and spiders, and it is a great place to see migratory birds in the spring and autumn months. At the RSPB reserve, go into …

Samphire Hoe, Dover

Samphire Hoe is a coastal 30-hectare nature reserve, at the foot of Shakespeare Cliff, in between Folkestone and Dover. It is a good place for a picnic and a relaxed family day out, blowing away the cobwebs with a nature walk. The site is completely free to access – parking the car is your only …