Things To Do in Kent Post-Christmas Posted on 28 December 2021 by Amber Gravenell in General With the leftover turkey polished off and family festivities easing as some people return to work, you might be wondering how to spend the remainder of the Christmas break. Thankfully, Kent has many wonderful places to visit! If you are keen to not dull your Christmas sparkle, then you will be pleased to know that some attractions are continuing festivities into the new year. Equally, if you are not seeking Christmas-themed activities, there are plenty of non-festive things to do! Mince Pie Specials on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch RailwaySteam into the new year at the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. On the 1st, 2nd and 3rd January 2022, the railway will be hosting Mince Pie Specials! Purchase a Romney Rover Ticket, which will allow you to get on and off as you please along the full railway route. You will be one of the first passengers in 2022 to take a step back in time on glorious, traditional steam trains. You will also have the opportunity to purchase a mince pie and a hot drink for £3.50. You can find more information and book your tickets on the RH & DR website. Winter Walks at Knole ParkWrap up warm and gather those deer to you for a visit to Knole Park, situated in Sevenoaks. For over 400 years, Knole Park has welcomed visitors into the historic home and vast grounds where you can expect to see herds of deer. Managed by the National Trust, you will need to pay an admission fee to enter the grand house, unless you are an existing National Trust member. Visit the National Trust website for more information. Dover CastleEnjoy an exciting day out at Dover Castle! Take a step back in time as you explore the vast castle and grounds. You can expect to find secret wartime tunnels, medieval tunnels, a bunker escape room and much more. Perfect for adults and children alike, you will embark on a fun and educational quest. Leeds CastleIf you are looking to preserve Christmas cheer, then a trip to Leeds Castle is in order. Until the 2nd January, you can observe 12 works of art dotted around Leeds Castle grounds, designed to align with the 12 Days of Christmas. Exploring the castle and the magnificent grounds will help you to hold onto the Christmas spirit whilst enjoying quality time with your loved ones. Beach WalksKent is home to stunning coastlines and an array of beaches. You will be spoilt for choice with many beautiful beaches to explore. Our blog article, 10 Beaches to Visit in Kent, will signpost some of the best beaches Kent has to offer.Brickmas, CanterburyBuild cherished family moments piece by piece with Canterbury’s Brickmas. You can pay a visit to Father Christmas’s workshop which will be showcasing Bricklive Christmas models, including a life-size Father Christmas accompanied by his reindeer and elves. Find out more on The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge website! PantomimesThere are many pantomimes continuing into the New Year around Kent! Visit the Big Panto Guide website for further information. Indoor Fun!If staying indoors in the warm is more your style then there are plenty of things you can do to keep busy! Check out our list below for some inspiration!