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Things To Do In Maidstone



Love It!

Why We Love Maidstone

It's good looking.
Wide-open spaces, the meandering river, ancient buildings, nearby castles, yeah, Maidstone's a looker.

It tastes good.
Afternoon teas, chocolate & wine tasting, a great selection of restaurants, Maidstone is a mouthful!

It's full on!
There are some superb Maidstone activities to pamper, soothe or challenge you and push you to the limit.

Move It!

How To Get Around Maidstone

With a population of just over 100,000 Maidstone is a compact destination, small enough to easily navigate nights out on foot.

If you're watching your carbon footprint there are a number of bike hire shops nearby so you can explore without negative impact.

If you're travelling to Maidstone there is a train station in the town centre so you can leave the car at home and avoid the car park fees.

Nightlife

Things To Do In Maidstone At Night

Maidstone is one of the best places to party in Kent, a short distance from London and easy to get to, the Maidstone nightlife is compact and cool. There are plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to explore and all in a relatively short radius meaning you'll be a short walk from the best venues. If you like your music and entertainment live then take a glance over your shoulder and if you're not being followed head to the Secret Cabaret for a dinner and show.

To Do List

Things to Do In Maidstone

If you're looking to escape to Maidstone, there are loads of other great things to explore and do.

  • Park It - Mote Park is 440 acres of rural splendour. Ideal to escape life for a while and just enjoy nature in any season.
  • Eat Cake - Maidstone is famed for its produce, enjoy that in it's most pure form... Cake! Dive into a delicious afternoon tea.
  • Leeds Castle - One of the UK's most complete and impressive castles, there's a maze, grotto, gardens, café and more.
  • River Cruise - No party cruise, this is a tranquil glide along the Medway River taking in some glorious local sights and points of interest.
  • Kent Life - A slice of living history, this heritage farm park encapsulates Kent's rural heritage and hosts regular special events.
  • Cruiser Hire - If you want to get out on the Medway but don't want to let anyone else do the driving then hire your own cruiser.
  • Wine Tasting - The region produces a number of wines and sparkling wines so go native and sample the best local vino and nibbles.

OMG!

3 Weird Maidstone Facts

  • The UK's most haunted village lies not far from Maidstone.
  • William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, lived in Maidstone
  • Wimbledon's famed strawberries are all farmed in Kent.

Neighbourhoods

Best Bits of Maidstone

Maidstone is a compact, attractive town with plenty of older buildings as well as new party palaces. Owing to its size the vast majority of bars and restaurants are to be found in the town centre which is small enough to explore easily on foot, so no need to squeeze your party into Uber's for the big night out.

 

 

Love It!

Why We Love Maidstone

It's good looking.
Wide-open spaces, the meandering river, ancient buildings, nearby castles, yeah, Maidstone's a looker.

It tastes good.
Afternoon teas, chocolate & wine tasting, a great selection of restaurants, Maidstone is a mouthful!

It's full on!
There are some superb Maidstone activities to pamper, soothe or challenge you and push you to the limit.

Move It!

How To Get Around Maidstone

With a population of just over 100,000 Maidstone is a compact destination, small enough to easily navigate nights out on foot.

If you're watching your carbon footprint there are a number of bike hire shops nearby so you can explore without negative impact.

If you're travelling to Maidstone there is a train station in the town centre so you can leave the car at home and avoid the car park fees.

Nightlife

Things To Do In Maidstone At Night

Maidstone is one of the best places to party in Kent, a short distance from London and easy to get to, the Maidstone nightlife is compact and cool. There are plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to explore and all in a relatively short radius meaning you'll be a short walk from the best venues. If you like your music and entertainment live then take a glance over your shoulder and if you're not being followed head to the Secret Cabaret for a dinner and show.

To Do List

Things to Do In Maidstone

If you're looking to escape to Maidstone, there are loads of other great things to explore and do.

  • Park It - Mote Park is 440 acres of rural splendour. Ideal to escape life for a while and just enjoy nature in any season.
  • Eat Cake - Maidstone is famed for its produce, enjoy that in it's most pure form... Cake! Dive into a delicious afternoon tea.
  • Leeds Castle - One of the UK's most complete and impressive castles, there's a maze, grotto, gardens, café and more.
  • River Cruise - No party cruise, this is a tranquil glide along the Medway River taking in some glorious local sights and points of interest.
  • Kent Life - A slice of living history, this heritage farm park encapsulates Kent's rural heritage and hosts regular special events.
  • Cruiser Hire - If you want to get out on the Medway but don't want to let anyone else do the driving then hire your own cruiser.
  • Wine Tasting - The region produces a number of wines and sparkling wines so go native and sample the best local vino and nibbles.

OMG!

3 Weird Maidstone Facts

  • The UK's most haunted village lies not far from Maidstone.
  • William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, lived in Maidstone
  • Wimbledon's famed strawberries are all farmed in Kent.

Neighbourhoods

Best Bits of Maidstone

Maidstone is a compact, attractive town with plenty of older buildings as well as new party palaces. Owing to its size the vast majority of bars and restaurants are to be found in the town centre which is small enough to explore easily on foot, so no need to squeeze your party into Uber's for the big night out.

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