Take a peek at some great indoor locations…

  • Museum of London, Docklands

    Canary Wharf

    Have you ever wondered what it was like on the East and West India Docks before the financial district moved in? Find out about the interesting goods that came into the city. Read stories from mariners, slaves and whalers. Enjoy a mulitude of wonderful family activites.

  • Beaney House of Art and Knowledge


    A free Museum, Library and Art gallery in the heart of Canterbury. This little gem offers a wealth of knowledge, culture and fun for the whole family. With regualrly changing exhibitions and lots of family-friendly activites throughout the year, it's well worth a visit.

  • Milton Chantry


    This is a small museum set in the oldest building in gravesend. It documents the buidlings history and the changes of use it has undergone over nearly 1000 years.

  • Natural History Museum

    Kensington, London

    The London Natural History Museum is a treasure trove of inspirational scientific knowledge and artifacts. Covering topics from the creation of the Earth to the reign of the dinsoaurs to present day flora and fauna.

  • Maidstone Museum


    An eclectic mix of Maidstone based memorabilia from dinosaur fossils to World War 2 medals and uniforms. Trails to follow, costumes to try on, ancient artifacts and tools and a dinosaur to hunt.

  • Rochester Cathedral


    A beautiful Medieval Cathedral in the heart of Rochester. This building is a feast for the eyes and soul. It offers a cafe, gift shop and toilets. There are family activities available and the Bridge Trust currently have an exhibition in the crypt recounting the history of Rochester Bridge.

  • The Guildhall Museum


    A window into the key historical events in Rochester and the Medway River; from the siege of Rochester Castle to the Battle of the Medway. Step into the world of Dickensian Rochester and explore what it was like to live in the city at that time. Discover the smelly, cramped Hulks that used to lie off the banks of the Medway in Rochester.

  • Temple Manor

    Strood, Rochester

    The remains of a 13th century manor house belonging to the Templar Knights sits on the banks of the Medway River, tucked away in an industrial estate. Learn about the house's history and the people who once stayed there.

  • Kent Firefighter's Museum

    West Kingsdown

    Tucked away at the back of Woodlands Garden Centre, the Kent Firefighters Museum displays lots of fascinating artefacts from firefighting history. With an old fire engine to play in the kids imaginations will be ignited.