Five Great Fun Filled Days Out 

Here are our top five things that you shouldn’t miss while visiting Allhallows Holiday Park. Enjoy your fun filled days out.

Allhallows Beach

Allhallows Beach

This stunning beach located on the front of Allhallows Holiday Park can be visited and enjoyed all year round. From the Thames this is the closest to a ‘proper beach’ near London thus making it a popular spot for family trips out. Accessibility to the beach is limited with uneven floor surfaces and steps. Parking can be found at on Allhallows holiday park and at Avery Seafront. As of 2020 there is are no public toilets. This is the perfect opportunity to pack up a tasty picnic, grab some buckets and spades and have a fun filled afternoon out. There are no lifeguards who cover this area and dog restrictions may apply throughout the year.

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle

A magnificent castle steeped in English heritage. Once owned by six of England’s medieval kings and queens it has become one of the most visited historic buildings in Britain. Leeds Castle was even a palace used by Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon. One of the most profound moments in history is, The Field of Cloth of Gold’. Hosted over 500 years ago by Henry VIII this tournament intended to strengthen the bonds of friendship between Henry VIII and the French King, François I and their countries. The event is said to be one of the most “extravagant royal events to ever take place.”
Fast forward to the present time the castle is full of rich and interesting history just waiting to be explored. When visiting the castle you can find, playgrounds, beautiful gardens, castle view restaurant, history tours, shops, fun and interactive entertainment for the whole family. Henry VIII adventures here are just a snippet of what the castle has to offer, why not check out the rest?

Diggerland

Diggerland

Struggling to decide on what to do during your holiday? Why not explore Diggerland? The adventure theme park for all ages! Children and Adults can ride and operate real diggers, dumpers and other full-size construction machinery. Not only can you explore real JCBs and 180/360 excavators you can take a whirl at Go Karting and Dodgems all in a safe and family friendly setting. Please note that the theme park is subject to government restrictions and guidelines. Please check out their website before booking your tickets.

Howletts Wild Animal Park

Howletts Wild Animal Park

Experience a great day out in Kent at Howletts Wild Animal Park. This award winning wildlife attraction is over 90-acres of pure adventure. During your visit you can explore the free animal talks, feeding times and free education centres all included with your entry ticket. Your visit directly supports Howletts Wild Animal Conservation by not only the care of the animals but, supporting overseas projects too. You can even make your experience extra special too with their experience activities and animal encounters to their treetop challenges. There’s something for everyone at Howletts Wild Animal Park!

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales is an award winning attraction based in the centre of Canterbury. The tales explore Geoffrey Chaucer's best loved stories in a fun and exciting way. This attraction provides a fun and enjoyable day for all of the family. Immerse yourself in all things medieval – a trip to Canterbury isn't complete without experiencing Chaucer's famous tales of medieval misadventures.

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