If you’re looking for the best Covid-safe, 2020 Christmas things to do in Kent you’ve come to the right place!
Now that Kent is in tier 3, it’s difficult to track down the usual festive fun spots, but this guide should give you a few ideas to plan a wonderful Christmas for the whole family.
Our pick of the best Christmas things to do in Kent
Unfortunately, tier 3 means a blanket ban on theatre openings, so there will be no live pantomime in Kent this year. Don’t despair though, there will be virtual pantos to watch online and via live-stream.
There’s also the CBeebies panto to watch on TV with your little ones.
Why not try some virtual festive makey-do to get you in the Christmas mood? Put on a bit of Michael Buble and have a try at wreath-making, Christmas bunting or stocking sewing. Find all these courses and more at Kent Adult Education.
Burn off the excess Christmas calories and get some socially-distanced fresh air with these fun festive activities.
- Take a frosty winter walk around a National Trust estate or park. Visiting the deer at Knole Park always seems especially Christmassy.
- Bedgebury National Pinetum Christmas Lights trail
Fun with Father Christmas
Share the Christmas magic by allowing your little ones to meet Santa in a Covid-safe way, in the run-up to the big day. Reuthes are running an outdoor woodland grotto, but book your tickets asap!
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