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Best Attractions in England's South East

With some of the most popular tourist attractions in England, you will never be stuck for ideas on places to visit in the South East this year. When you plan your next trip be sure to look at the range on offer in one of the most diverse and beautiful parts of England.

For inspiring things to see, look no further than enchanting castles, impressive cathedrals, inspiring museums, historic houses and lots more can all be found here in the South East. For starters there is Windsor Castle in Berkshire, Canterbury Cathedral in Kent and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in Hampshire.

South East England’s climate also makes the area perfor must-see vineyards and beautiful gardens. However, if you prefer to quench your thirst with a beer, there are plenty of established breweries, as well and some Great Country Pubs that showcase these local brews.

Kids entertainment

If you intend on taking the children along and having some family fun, check out the exciting theme parks and popular zoos – all of which are sure to provide that next memorable day out in South East England for you and your family.

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Browse the below list featuring some of the best attractions in the South East or for a list of local attractions close to you, select map view to search geographically.

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Manydown Family Fun

Manydown Family Fun

Manydown Family Fun is an amazing day out for all the family! We are running 4 large outdoor events in 2015! The Easter Lambing over the Easter...

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  1. Add The Guildhall to your Itinerary

    The Guildhall


    Historic Site



    A restored mainly Tudor/Stuart construction. There is a Court Room with 17thC panelling and stained glass windows. Items of historical interest, oil paintings, famous Guildhall clock.

  2. Add Fenton House to your Itinerary

    Fenton House


    Historic House / Palace



    Handsome 17th-century merchant's house with walled garden

    This beautiful 17th-century merchant's house is a hidden gem in London, a place of unique charm and ambience.

    Lady Binning bought the house in 1936 and filled it with her highly decorative collections of porcelain, Georgian...

  3. Add Ide Hill to your Itinerary

    Ide Hill


    Natural Feature



    A great place for a picnic. Enjoy impressive views of The Weald

    Ide Hill is 33.5 acres of semi-natural woodland that lies on the side of the Greensand Ridge. The area is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its abundant wildlife.

    The area suffered very badly in the...

  4. Add Charles Dickens' Birthplace Museum to your Itinerary

    Charles Dickens' Birthplace Museum





    Small terraced house of 1805 in which the famous novelist was born and lived for a short time. Restored and furnished to illustrate middle-class taste of the time.

  5. Add Wychwood Brewery Tours to your Itinerary

    Wychwood Brewery Tours





    Guided tours of the brewery every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and takes you through the brewing process of Wychwood & Brakspear Beers, from the raw ingredients to the finished product...

  6. Add Marwell Zoo to your Itinerary

    Marwell Zoo


    Animal Collection



    A visit to Marwell Zoo is a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world – and play a big part in helping to save them.

  7. Add Ankerwycke to your Itinerary



    Parkland / Woodland Garden


    Staines Upon Thames

    Very leisurely stroll through the park at Ankerwycke on gentle terrain. Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon.

    Route details

    See this step-by-step route marked on an OS map

    Start: Car park at Ankerwycke, Magna Carta Lane, grid ref: TQ002732

    From the car...

  8. Add Hastings Castle and 1066 Story to your Itinerary

    Hastings Castle and 1066 Story


    Castle / Fort



    Fragmentary remains of Norman Castle built on West Hill after William the Conqueror's victory at the Battle of Hastings. 1066 Story interpretation centre in siege tent.

  9. Add Kelmscott Manor to your Itinerary

    Kelmscott Manor


    Historic House / Palace



    The summer home of William Morris, Kelmscott Manor is a Grade I listed farmhouse, built around 1600 adjacent to the River Thames.

  10. Add Houghton Lodge Gardens to your Itinerary

    Houghton Lodge Gardens





    A haven of peace above the tranquil beauty of the River Test. Grade II* Gardens with fine trees surround an enchanting and unique example of an 18th Century “Cottage Orne”.