There’s loads of things to do in Ashford, Kent and the surrounding area. Here’s our growing guide for you.
If you’re wondering where you can go with the family, then we’ve got a growing list of things to do and places to go in Ashford, Kent and the surrounding area that will give you a few ideas
The Imagine Play Centre, Kingsnorth, Ashford TN23 3JD
Suitable for children from babies to aged 12, it’s Kents biggest indoor adventure play centre set over three floors.
Flip Out Ashford, Henwood, Ashford TN24 8DH
The whole family can take part here. It’s suitable for all ages with sessions from one to two hours. As well as trampolines there is also 3 giant foam pits to leap into.
Hollywood Bowl, Ashford TN23 1PP
Who doesn’t like to knock things down. Ten pin bowling is great to play for ages from 4 upwards.
Kipps Paint Your Own Pottery, Ashford TN24 8JN
Let your kids get creative by picking and painting their own piece of pottery. Choose from plates, mugs, bowls and jugs to vases,figurines, animals and even money boxes.
Stour Centre – Ashford Leisure Trust, Ashford TN23 1ET
You’re sure to have a great time at the Stour Centre. With a 25m main pool, a leisure pool with flumes and a raging river as well as a smaller teaching pool. There’s a gym, fitness classes, court sports such as badminton, a creche and a health spa. There is also fun sessions for toddlers and more.
Rare Breeds Centre, Woodchurch, Ashford TN26 3RJ
Owned and run by Canterbury Oast Trust, who support adults with learning difficulties by providing training,homes and work experience. Set in 100 acres of gorgeous Kent countryside, it’s a farm and so much more. One of the best affordable family days out you could have, it’s suitable for all ages. Everything from small cute farm animals, trailer rides and a butterfly tunnel to woodland walks, an aviary, play parks and a creepy crawly world.
We’ll be continuing to add more places to visit around the borough, so check back regularly. You can also check out our FREE activities guide page by going here