Free things to do over the Easter Holidays in Kent

We all love a good free day out, so we’ve had a look through our listings and picked out some lovely free things happening over the next couple of weeks. Most of the suggestions are completely free, but we’ve also highlighted one that is free if you already have the right membership.

Makendoo at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre

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Makendoo is back by popular demand for five days during the school holidays, from Monday 7th to Friday 11th April with more FREE fun arts and craft workshops! Click on the image to find out more!

Easter fun at the Hop Farm

The Hop Farm Family Park is Kent's Great Day Out. In 2014, there are a host of new features, an all new indoor soft-play area, new animal farm and bird of prey zone, with displays and activities.

The Hop Farm Family Park is Kent’s Great Day Out. In 2014, there are a host of new features, an all new indoor soft-play area, new animal farm and bird of prey zone, with displays and activities. Click on the image to find out more.

Family Activities at Knole

If you already for National Trust membership, there are lots of free events happening at Knole over the next two weeks, including house trails, guided walks, nest making and egg and spoons races.

If you already have National Trust membership, there are lots of free events happening at Knole over the next two weeks, including house trails, guided walks, nest making and egg and spoons races. Click on the image to find out more.

Farthingloe Farm

Little Farthingloe farm lies in a scenic valley just outside of Dover. Farthingloe is a historic site that was mentioned in the Domesday Book. The farm consists of both arable land and woodland. The traditional buildings have been adapted into a range of shops and a tearoom/restaurant. For the energetic visitor there is an attractive woodland nature trail that winds through the farm. The way marked 'Farm trail' starts at the car park.

Little Farthingloe farm lies in a scenic valley just outside of Dover. The farm consists of both arable land and woodland. The traditional buildings have been adapted into a range of shops and a tearoom/restaurant. For the energetic visitor there is an attractive woodland nature trail that winds through the farm. The way marked ‘Farm trail’ starts at the car park. Click on the image to find out more.

 Join in with some ‘Action Painting’ at the Turner Contemporary

Help us create a giant Colour Field on our outdoor terrace moving canvas with theatre company Pif-Paf and their Exploding Paint Cannon machine, 'Action Painter'. Click here for more details.

Help us create a giant Colour Field on our outdoor terrace moving canvas with theatre company Pif-Paf and their Exploding Paint Cannon machine, ‘Action Painter’. Click on the image for more details.

 Dr Who Fun at The Forum, Sittingbourne

During the Easter holidays, from Wednesday 9th to Sunday 13th April, The Forum Shopping Centre in Sittingbourne will play host to a programme of Doctor Who-inspired fun for all the family.  Visitors to The Forum will be able to join in with a variety of Doctor Who-themed activities which will include monster-making workshops, face painting and quizzes for children and big kids alike. There will also be treasure trails and a fancy dress competition, as well as an exhibition of props and classic Doctor Who memorabilia. Kronos the Dalek will also be making a special appearance.

Visitors to The Forum will be able to join in with a variety of Doctor Who-themed activities which will include monster-making workshops, face painting and quizzes for children and big kids alike. There will also be treasure trails and a fancy dress competition, as well as an exhibition of props and classic Doctor Who memorabilia. Kronos the Dalek will also be making a special appearance. Click on the image for more details.

The site is full of different things to do – so head on over to the site if you’re looking for more inspiration!

Please note: times and details are subject to change. 
It is always a good idea to contact venue before setting out.

 

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