Spend the morning ten pin bowling at Hollywood Bowl, Knights Park, North Farm then after a spot of lunch there, relax at the Odeon Cinema next door watching a family film.
The Amelia Scott is a wonderful new cultural hub with a cafe, children’s library, museum and temporary exhibtions.
In the countryside, visit our engaging Cranbrook Museum for more on the history of the area with interactive artefacts for the kids.
Free to enter and free to park nearby, Cranbrook is a pretty town adorned with friendly, cosy cafés and independent boutiques. Nearby you will also find two National Trust properties, Scotney Castle and Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens.
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