Each season brings new activities, entertainment and things to do and see, so whenever you choose to visit, there will be something different. Visit the Vintage Village and explore what life would have been like during World War II, by making your way through the houses and to the Anderson Shelter. The 1950s are well represented in Sandling Farmhouse, or step back in time to Petts Farmhouse from the Victorian era. The atmosphere in the Village Hall and the Church remain, as the walls seem to have absorbed the sense of community and magic, through the celebrations that they have shared.
As a working farm, Kent Life showcases and breeds traditional farm animals, including sheep, cows, pigs, horses, alpacas, rabbits, goats, ducks and chickens, and the hands-on cuddle corner is always popular with visitors. The Kent Owl Academy is now resident – take time out to visit the 12 different species, along with two lovely meerkats.
The Play Areas
Indoor and outdoor play areas amuse and generate a lot of fun;
donkey rides, the paint-a-pot studio, tractor and land train rides,
bouncy castle, and much more bring a uniqueness to the experience
at Kent Life. During school holidays, special shows run in the indoor
Big Top – included in standard admission prices.
Open all seasons, events and activities run all year round,
especially during holidays and weekends.
Tea Rooms and Refreshments
Finish your visit with a trip to Dotty’s Tea Room, which has
great home-made cakes and a selection of hot and cold snacks.