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As we continue into the summer months and the weather begins to open up more social opportunities, there are some places throughout Kent to enjoy. There is a whole number of activities to do and places to visit; here are some free things that you can do in Kent this summer.

1 Kent Firefighting Museum in Sevenoaks

The Kent Firefighting Museum plays host to a range of historical aspects relating to past events in the county’s fire department and its history. There is a wide collection of fascinating attractions such as fire engines, equipment and historic photographs. For a genuine insight into the part the firefighters of past, present and future have played in the last couple of hundred years, the museum is worth a visit.

2 Mote Park in Maidstone

If you are after an expanse of green land to stretch the legs or simply take in some local nature, Mote Park is a great place to start. Located in Maidstone, it has long been a popular place for many to pay a visit.

Despite its vast area coverage, it is consistently well-maintained and has a number of tranquil features such as woodland and a large lake. An ideal location to spend a summer’s day, there is also the option to get involved with a number of activities, such as a play centre and a range of water sports.

3 Houdini’s Magic Bar in Canterbury

For a fun twist on an evening out, Houdini’s Magic Bar in Canterbury offers a fresh alternative to a standard social outing. With a number of magicians on hand to provide some head-scratching and eyebrow-raising entertainment, there is a unique feel to this Canterbury spot.

4 Street art and galleries in Croydon

Throughout the streets of Croydon, there is a number of exceptional examples of street art dotted around. Have a wander around the bustling borough of Croydon and see what the current street art is waiting for you. There is also a selection of art galleries that provide a similarly aesthetic experience.

5 White Cliffs of Dover

A short drive from the likes of Ashford and Minster, the White Cliffs of Dover represents one of the more striking landmarks in the UK. There is a broad spectrum of wildlife and some incredible views on offer.

The white chalk on the face of the cliffs corresponds with the significant history that is associated with the coastal landscape.

Get your Kent-based summer home improvement projects underway

Here at Homebrite, we install a wide range of double glazing and home improvement projects for homeowners throughout Kent. From a selection of aluminium windows and composite doors to a variety of conservatory styles, we have something to complete all your home improvement plans this summer. Contact us on 0800 677 1211 or you can request a quote. You can also pop down to our Sheerness showroom and take a look at our product range for yourself.