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Druidstone Park

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Druidstone Park

Whether you are interested in meeting our many friendly animals, having fun in the adventure play areas, admiring our unique collection of sculpture in the ArtPark, finding peace and tranquility in the enchanted woodland walk with giant toadstools, dragons, goblins and white deer, or just relaxing in the idyllic surroundings of the park garden, you won't be disappointed.

Set in a landscape valuable, not only for its natural beauty, but moreover its abundance of wildlife and flora. Visit around Easter time, and you will be astounded by the fabulous display of bluebells in the woodland. Summer brings the budleja (butterfly tree) into full glorious flower. During autumn you can discover woodland fungi and winter buds, whilst throughout the year rhododendrons, conifers and other well established shrubs and trees make the Park a delight to visit.

Follow the trail around the Enchanted Woodland, and discover the sleeping dragon, and other magical creatures. The trail provides much fascinating information about the diversity of the trees and animals that dwell within, whilst charming you with its mystical themes.

Adventure play areas, under-cover picnic areas and imaginative creations like our labyrinth walk, all set amidst the breathtaking settings of our parkland and gardens, all add to an unforgettable day out for all the family.

  • Café
  • Giftshop
  • Under-cover picnic areas

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  • Directions

    By Car:
    We are situated on the A290 mid-way between Canterbury and Whitstable.

    By Rail:
    Catch the train to Canterbury or Whitstable, then bus.

    By Bus:
    From Canterbury or Whitstable - 6, 7, 100, 200 Stops right outside.

    Druidstone Park Postcode for SatNav: CT2 9JR


    +44 (0)1227 765 168
    +44 (0)1227 768 860

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