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Best things to do in Sevenoaks District

History Museum
“Down House is a site of outstanding international significance. Here the famous scientist Charles Darwin lived with his family for forty years and worked on his revolutionary theories. About 12 minutes drive away.”
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Art Gallery
“Exhibits include Dolls, Toys and Games (some 200 years old!), Tunbridge Ware, Natural History, Costumes and Textiles, Local and Social history, Fine Art and Archaeology. ”
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History Museum
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“It is stunning & very family friendly and they run lots of events throughout the year”
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History Museum
“Ightham Mote is a charming medieval manor house, garden and estate, belonging to the National Trust. ”
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Museum
“Impressive remains of a Roman house with many mosaic floors and surviving artifacts. Free to English Heritage members.”
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Cafe
“Where else, away from the hustle and crowds of London, could you hope to find such a tranquil and exciting treasure? Stunning Egyptian, Buddhist, Jacobean and Stuart artefacts and magnificent Japanese armour, Samurai Swords and Lacquer are waiting to be discovered in the castle rooms. There is also a real Victorian Kitchen dating back to 1805 where visitors can enjoy hands on activities. Throughout the year the Castle hosts themed activity days, when families can enjoy arts and crafts activities, interactive workshops, dressing up, nature trails and much more! Families can also enjoy a variety of activities on non event days such as the Bingo Spotter sheet or learning to write in Hieroglyphics. The Castle is surrounded by 35 acres of grounds, where children can burn off energy as they explore the woodland, grounds and award winning orangery. There is also a pretty courtyard rose garden and lake to discover. The Castle's Victorian tea room serves light lunches, delicious cream teas and hot and cold drinks. Visitors can sit inside or outside in the pretty courtyard. Or alternatively enjoy a picnic on the lawns where dogs are also welcome.”
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Museum
“Discover the history of Edenbridge and Kentish life. Eden Valley Museum is a small museum and local history centre devoted to the story of the Eden Valley in Kent. Set in a medieval farmhouse in Edenbridge and run by volunteers the attraction features six galleries with changing exhibits on local history (covering the area in West Kent from the Surrey border to Penshurst) including archaeology, tanning, cricket ball making, local stately homes and blacksmiths.”
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History Museum
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Library
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