Enjoying Easter In Kent

March 18, 2019

Easter is fast approaching. For a lot of people, Easter marks the real arrival of spring. It puts everyone in a great mood because they know they have some warm and fresh months ahead. And, it’s never a bad thing to have a great excuse to indulge in as much chocolate as possible.

Another reason why people look forward to Easter is that it presents them with the opportunity to go on vacation. Lots of families decide to visit another location in the UK for a couple of days or more. Thanks to bank holidays and school holidays everybody has ample time to enjoy a family getaway.

Considering the fact that Easter is not too far away, you may want to start thinking about where you are going to go this year. There are lots of different places worth a visit, however, you should definitely consider going to the beautiful county of Kent. Kent has a lot to offer and is a well-loved destination.

Kent is made up of many different places, including the likes of; Sevenoaks, Maidstone, Canterbury, and Rochester. Each place is fantastic in its own right and you are assured to find somewhere you love. Canterbury is fantastic for those who wish to see the cathedral and visit some great local shops, whereas Maidstone is better suited to those who want to reside in a budding town. No matter where you stay you will still be able to visit different locations and incorporate them into your holiday plans.

In addition to this, you will find that there are a lot of events taking place in Kent throughout the Easter weekend. There are lots of great activities for children to partake in, with many Easter egg hunts taking place throughout the county. The range of events you can choose between is huge, meaning that you are bound to find a great way to spend Easter with the family.

You don’t have to go to organised Easter events either. There are lots of great attractions whereby you can make a day of. These include the likes of; Leeds Castle, The Kent and Sussex Railway, Howletts Wild Animal Park, The Canterbury Tales, Kits Coty & Little Kits Coty, and much more. These places often welcome many school trips, as they are fun yet educational too. A good idea is to gather a family and take a look at the different events available before you actually make your journey down to Kent. You can get an idea of what is out there and the sort of things you would all like to do during your stay.

Kent is also a very scenic place and if you are lucky enough to be pleased with some warm weather during Easter then you may wish to take a trip to somewhere like Whitstable. Whitstable has a gorgeous beach and once the warm weather is out the ambience is simply delightful.

And what about shopping in Kent? From unique boutique stores, to big brands, to designer bargains, to shabby-chic antiques; there is definitely an array of shops for you to choose from. Of course, Kent has a wealth of big shopping malls as you would expect. There is only one place to begin when it comes to shopping centres and that is Bluewater. This is the biggest indoor shopping centre in the whole of Europe. People travel to Kent merely to visit this shopping centre alone. It boasts a wealth of shops and facilities, including a cinema and plenty of restaurants. The modern centre has all of the following; Topshop, John Lewis, M&S, Ted Baker, Jack Wills, Lego, Nike, House of Fraser, Apple and much, much more. Aside from Bluewater, other shopping centres in Kent are as follows; Ashford Town Centre and Outlet, Westwood Cross, Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre and Chatham Dockyard Factory Outlet.  

Nonetheless, many people would argue that you can find shopping centres all over the country, and this is true. However, there is so much more to shopping in Kent than this. One of the best things about the county is that it is filled to the brim with lots of culture-filled and vibrant cities, towns and villages. These in turn boast some of the most unique shopping experiences because of their independent stores and antique shops. Canterbury is undoubtedly one of the main attractions in this sense. You can walk across the medieval cobbled streets and delight in all of the wonderful shops that are on offer. In addition to this, there is also The Pantiles situated in Royal Tunbridge Wells. This is a must-visit for anyone who is looking to pick up some antiques. Rochester’s Victorian High Street is another popular spot, as well as Hythe, Faversham, Whitstable, Tenterden and Broadstairs.

Kent is a fantastic selection for families looking to get away this Easter. There are so many places to see, things to do, and fun to be had. You will enjoy an Easter that you will remember for many years to come.

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