Kent Life: A Wonderful Day Out For The Family!

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24 Jul. 2017
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Views: 596
By: Jenni
Kent Life!

Last week I took my nanny boys out to Kent Life! It was a lovely day out that’s fun for all the family. There is plenty to get up to! A cuddle corner where you get to hold and pet a range of animals, a selection of farm animals like pigs, goats and horses. You can even buy animal feed at the entrance so you can feed them yourself. The three year old enjoyed feeding them but the six year old I nanny is a little bit more weary and tended to only stick to the sheep who were a bit more calm.

Outdoor Play Area

There is very good size outdoor play area which we spent most of our time in. It was a nice size and set up… I felt comfortable sitting at a picnic bench and letting the boys go and play on their own. I could see them the whole and and they could see me. There was also a bouncy castle and water zorbing in the outdoor play area!

There were a couple of places you could go for lunch, a soft play area and a tea room. The tea room had a bigger variety of hot and cold food so we opted for there. Plus they offered cream teas and various cakes! Once we had stopped for a bite of lunch we went on a tractor ride. There is also a train ride you can go on but unfortunately they didn’t get the train out when we visited.

Vintage Village

Kent life had something else unique about it too. It had a Vintage Village and a 1950’s Farmhouse. There are buildings that have been transformed so you can see how life was like back in the 50s. There are second World War cottages and a Anderson shelter in the back garden. In the Vintage Village there is also a blacksmiths forge, a Village Hall, the Granary, the Oast House and traditional Hoppers’ Huts. So the Vintage Village is great for educational purposes too.

Paint a Pot Studio

One of the highlights of the day I would say was the ‘Paint a Pot’ studio. You got to choose a ceramic model to paint and the staff would dry and glaze it for you! The three year old choose a model aeroplane and the six year old choose a cat!

Once we had exhausted everything the park could offer us, including feeding the llamas, we stopped off in the soft play. The soft play was ok, plus I got to sit down for a few minutes with a coffee!

If you get a chance to head over to Kent Life I would definately recommend it. It’s a great day out for all the family and your children will have fun!

To see other places we have visited take a look at some of my previous posts. Such as Drusillas ParkRare Breeds Centre or Chessington World of Adventures Resort.

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