Things to do in Kent – Our Ultimate Guide Posted on 8 August 2022 by Becky, Kent-Teach in General Here is a compilation of some of our most popular blogs with all the best days out in Kent for your one stop shop for some of the counties best attractions.FarmsKent has a rich farming history, hops, apples and strawberries are just a few of the products Kent is famous for. So, if you’re looking to explore the countryside, soak up nature and even better – spend time with adorable animals, then you’ll want to visit these five fantastic farms! Don’t forget to bring sun cream, sun hats, rain macs and wellies as we never know what the great British weather has in store!PicnicsThe summer means only one thing, it’s time to grab your comfiest picnic blanket, fill a wicker basket with yummy food and head out of the door to one of these delightful picnic spots in Kent. Take a break from technology and embrace the great outdoors, we guarantee that some of these spots are Instagram-worthy!BeachesWe are fortunate to live in a beautiful county which is rich in scenic countryside and stunning coastlines. From the ever-popular Broadstairs and Whitstable to the more peaceful Seasalter, we are truly spoilt for choice in beaches. Here is our low down of the top 10 beaches to visit in Kent. Free Days Out and AttractionsWe are all feeling the pinch right now but taking your family for a fun day out doesn’t have to cost the earth. Here are our top things to do in Kent for free! Afternoon TeaThere’s nothing more quintessentially British than a good cup of tea and once you add delicious savoury sandwiches and all the sweet treats you can handle, you have one of the UK’s most loved traditions, Afternoon Tea. If you're a budding tea enthusiast or just fancy indulging, we have compiled a list of some of the popular afternoon tea locations that you can visit across Kent. Wildlife Parks Here is our list of some of the best wildlife parks to visit in Kent, your visit will not only aid conservation efforts around the world but it will give you and your family treasured memories for a lifetime. Get up close with some of nature’s most famous and beloved creatures – what will you see in Kent?GardensNot only is Kent home to some beautiful countryside, but it is also packed full of stunning gardens which can be enjoyed throughout the year. Originally written to celebrate the beauty of springtime in the Garden of England, our blog, 6 Gardens to Visit This Spring will give you inspiration to pack a picnic and get out and explore the counties’ most picturesque gardens. WalksNot only is walking good for you, but you can also have a wonderful day out and take in some of Kent’s most scenic countryside, woodlands and coastlines for free! Pack a picnic or stop for a pub lunch and a glass of wine (or 2!) Here are our top 8 walks in Kent. Educational Trips Educational visits are a valuable way to consolidate classroom learning, put theory into action and inspire students to continue discovering for themselves. Sometimes, the best way to learn is through experience, and these top 5 educational visits are bound to fully immerse your students in the learning process!If you are looking to relocate to a teaching post in Kent, then check out our latest teaching vacancies.