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A delightful 13/14th century church, restored in the 18th century, noted for its stained glass windows by the artist, Marc Chagall.
The Parish Church of the county town of Kent was largely built by Archbishop Courtenay (14th century) and is one of the largest and finest Perpendicular churches in England. Of note are the medieval choir stalls and the Washington family memorial.
One hour trips on the River Medway on board the Allington Belle, Maidstone's Mississippi style river boat. Regular return trips between Allington and Maidstone town centre. 2 hour summer evening cruises available.
The Assembly Hall Theatre is a 1,000 seat theatre offering an eclectic programme with everything from family shows to classical music.
Visit the world's finest conifer collection at Bedgebury National Pinetum.
Biddenden Vineyards is Kent's oldest commercial vineyard, established by the Barnes family in 1969. The Vineyard produces award winning still and sparkling English wines. Kentish ciders and farm pressed juices.
Set on the chalk downland, this site offers a panoramic view over the Medway Valley. With access to the North Downs Way, this is an ideal spot for walkers and picnickers.