Where to go

A trip to our our wonderful woodlands can be linked to a visit to the cathedral city of Canterbury, the historic market town of Faversham, the coastal towns of Whitstable and Herne Bay or any of the attractions in The Blean itself. Visit Kent have created a series of themed visits and breaks to the Blean and surrounding towns and villages which are well worth looking at, whether you’re planning an afternoon out or a short break away:

Alternatively, click on the links below to look at websites for individual attractions located around the Blean:

Druidstone Park, Honey Hill, between Canterbury and Blean village /Whitstable. Friendly animals, play area and woodland trail. Open Friday to Monday from Easter to November and everyday during the school holidays.

Farming World, Staple Street, nr. Faversham. Working farm park, indoor and outdoor play areas, cafe. Open everyday from April to October.

Mount Ephraim, Hernhill, nr. Faversham. A beautiful country estate with Edwardian gardens, including topiary, Mizmaze and tearoom. Open Wednesday to Sunday from Easter to September.

Theatre in the Park, Strode Park, Herne, Canterbury. Enjoy a summer evening of music and drama in the open air amphitheatre while supporting the work of Strode Park Foundation for Disabled People.

Wildwood Trust, Herne, Canterbury. British wildlife and conservation park with over 300 native animals.  Outdoor adventure play area and cafe. Open every day.