Allhallows Leisure Park Surrounding Area

Wow Allhallows Leisure Park is at the hart of all the main attractions. Your kids will not be board with so much to do.

This region is full of history and raw beauty just waiting to be explored. There are many temptations on offer, from the rugged coastline and quiet beaches to capital culture and castles. In every direction, it’s uncrowded and unbelievably beautiful.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

Visit Canterbury Cathedral to come face to face with stunning architecture and history as rich as it comes and which continues to attract people from all over the world.
The Cathedral’s history began in 597AD when Augustine, a monk sent by Pope Gregory the Great, arrived as a missionary and established his seat (or ‘cathedra’) in Canterbury.

Diggerland

Diggerland

A great way to spend a day with the kids, Diggerland is one of the most unique attractions in the UK. Families can ride, drive and operate real JCB diggers in a fun and family-friendly environment.
Rise to lofty heights on the Skyshuttle, take a bumpy ride on the Groundshuttle, spin really fast on the Spindizzy or enjoy a gentle ride around the park on the Diggerland train.

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle in Kent, England, has been called the “loveliest castle in the world”. Listed in the Domesday Book, this castle has been a Norman stronghold, a royal residence and a royal palace. It’s situation is stunning, set on two islands in a magnificent lake.
The Royal Manor was originally built in 857AD and owned by a Saxon royal family.
 

Howletts Wild Animal Park

Howletts Wild Animal Park

Visitors to Howletts Wild Animal Park can witness world-leading conservation in action this year – all day, every day.
Howletts Wild Animal Park, Kent’s most successful and multi award winning animal park, offers visitors the chance to experience real conservation.


Rochester Castle

Rochester Castle

Perched high on the site of an old Roman settlement Rochester Castle dominates the skyline. Strategically positioned on the east bank of the River Medway, the massive architectural impact of the old ruined Norman fortifications is evident whichever angle you approach it from.



The Historic Dockyard - Chatham

The Historic Dockyard - Chatham

Eighty acres in size, The Historic Dockyard Chatham has over 100 buildings and structures – the majority of which were constructed between 1704 and 1855.
One of Britain’s leading maritime heritage attractions with Three Historic Warships, a working Victorian Ropery, Historic Lifeboat Collection.
 

Upnor Castle

Upnor Castle

Upnor Castle was built in the mid sixteenth century to protect the Naval dockyard at Chatham. In 1667 the fortification fought a battle with a Dutch Squadron as they penetrated the River Medway but, despite putting up a strong resistance, it was unable to prevent the destruction of a significant portion of the English Fleet nor the capture of the flagship, the Royal Charles.
 

Wingham Wildlife Park

Wingham Wildlife Park

Wingham Wildlife Park can be found about half way between Sandwich and Canterbury, just east of the beautiful village of Wingham. The park has improved greatly over the past few years, now being home to over 200 species, having huge outdoor as well as indoor play areas, plenty of catering outlets and a breath of fresh air with its green open spaces - perfect for a picnic during good weather.

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