Steam along in style to mediaeval Bodiam Castle onboard the Kent & East Sussex Railway at Tenterden and then enjoy the animals and all the fun activites at the Rare Breeds Centre at nearby Woodchurch. To the south, head towards Appledore and the atmospheric Romney Marsh and enjoy a trip on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway - 'the world's smallest public railway'. Stop off at the Singleton Environment Centre where you will find a wealth of information about conservation and the environment along with a large programme of activities for children.
Whatever you choose to do you can be sure that there is something to entertain all ages!
The Kent & East Sussex Railway owes much of its charm to its origin as the world's first light railway. Originally opened in 1900, the tightly curved line with steep gradients is typical of those rural railways that were developed on shoestring budgets to bring the 'iron horse' to sparsely populated areas.
Woodchurch, Ashford, Kent
Over a hundred acres of fun, excitement and countryside adventure. Friendly farm animals, Grand National pig racing (spring/summer holidays and weekends), Mysterious marsh off ground woodland challenge..
New Romney, Kent
The Romney,Hythe & Dymchurch Railway runs for almost 14 miles across Kent's Romney Marsh linking the historic town of Hythe with the seaside villages of Dymchurch and St Mary's Bay..
Singleton Environment Centre provides a range of activities and information for people of all ages, from both the local community and visitors to Ashford...