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Kent Big Weekend offers free tickets to Kent attractions

Don't miss the chance to enjoy the county’s top attractions for free in April.

This year’s Kent’s Big Weekend will take place at the start of the Easter holidays on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7 and more than 130 attractions will be opening their doors for free, giving families the chance to claim a pair of tickets to visit.

A celebration of tourism which invites the county’s residents to celebrate the best attractions and activities that Kent has to offer, the weekend, held during England’s Tourism Week, gives families across Kent the chance to enter to win tickets to attractions they already know and love, or ones they’ve never tried before.

Wildwood in Herne Bay is among the attractions taking part in the Kent Big Weekend. Picture: Alan Langley
Wildwood in Herne Bay is among the attractions taking part in the Kent Big Weekend. Picture: Alan Langley

Registration is now open and the ballot opens on Thursday, February 21 and once it has taken place, hundreds of pairs of free tickets will be dished out to the lucky winners.

Dover Castle is part of the Kent Big Weekend Picture: Robert Smith
Dover Castle is part of the Kent Big Weekend Picture: Robert Smith

Some of the county’s attractions which have signed up for this year’s event include Leeds Castle, Dover Castle and Hever Castle, Ightham Mote, the Historic Dockyard Chatham, Diggerland in Strood, Eagle Heights and Wildwood Trust at Herne Bay. Experiences on offer include animal encounters, brewery and vineyard tours and tastings, family activities, relaxing afternoon teas, river tours and shopping experiences. To register now and see the full list of attractions, visit kentbigweekend.co.uk

Chatham dockyard is one of the attractions offering tickets
Chatham dockyard is one of the attractions offering tickets

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