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About Kent County Council

Described as the garden of England, Kent is famed for its castles, green landscapes, world-renowned hops and white cliffs.

Less than an hour from London, Kent has a landscape of gentle hills, farmland, country estates and orchards. Kent has a wide range of accessible attractions to suit everyone, including excellent accessible hotels, and an array of museums and historic sights with disabled access; be sure to check out Herne Windmill, which is accessible on the ground floor. There’s tranquil parks and gardens– a trip to the garden of England wouldn’t be complete without visiting a picnic at one of the beautiful sites like Barnetts Wood and a quick check of the Access Guide shows there’s accessible public toilets available.

Fill your time exploring Kent’s accessible libraries and family centres, for an educational day out with the kids. With so much to see and do for all ages Kent is perfect for an accessible day out.

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