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Things To Do On A Sunny Day

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There's little more delightful than a sunny day in England and with the South East being the UK's sunniest region, there are plenty of activities to enjoy the outdoors.

Whether it's taking the kids out in the warmth of the summer holidays, a crisp winter walk or the colour of autumn and spring gardens, you'll never be short of things to do on a sunny day.

What to do on a sunny day?

The South Coast is awash with Blue Flag beaches, offering safe, clean environments to relax or cool off in the water. Away from the coast, the South East is blessed with a beautifully diverse countryside and some of England's best country parks for family days out.

Enjoy a choice of more than 100 outdoor activities perfect for sunny days from the sporting to the sedate or find dog friendly things to do with facilities to ensure your four legged friend doesn't overheat.

Top ten places to visit on a sunny day

Become a Kent Explorer

UK beaches have so much to offer whether you are looking to have a beach holiday or just have some fun with the family.

In Kent however there is something a little different where you can grab your ultimate adventure pack and become a real-life coastal explorer along glistening sandy beaches.

These include Margate Main Sands, Viking Bay Broadstairs and Ramsgate Main Sands. The packs are exclusive to Thanet and brimming with games, activities and equipment, so you learn about the coast and heritage while you play.

Make hay while the sun shines and find something to do near you by selecting the 'Map View' button below.

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  1. Box Hill

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    Historic Site

    Tadworth

    Box Hill - so much to explore

    Box Hill is the perfect place to discover a family walk and explore the beautiful Surrey Hills. Forming part of the North Downs, Box Hill has breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. It's home to some...

  2. Clarence House

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    Historic House / Palace

    London

  3. Owletts - National Trust

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    Historic House / Palace

    Cobham

    Owletts is a small red-brick Charles II house with an interesting garden.

  4. West Dean College of Arts and Conservation

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    Garden

    Chichester

    West Dean College is the home of expert teaching in an inspirational setting, with an award-winning garden, a host of garden events and an excellent gardens restaurant. Nestling in the South Downs National Park, close to Chichester in West Sussex.

  5. Edenbridge & Oxted Agricultural Show

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    Farm

    Lingfield

    Annual Bank Holiday weekend massive community 140 acre Show with animals, six competition rings, gardening advice, craft & horticultural marquees, activities, rides, livestock, historic vehicle & country sport sections, and so much more.

  6. Green Dragon Rare Breeds Farm & Eco Centre

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    Farm

    Buckingham

    An environmentally friendly 44 acre rare breeds farm in Aylesbury Vale for all ages.

  7. Down House - The Home of Charles Darwin

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    Historic House / Palace

    Orpington

    Visit Down House, the family home of Charles Darwin. Explore the atmospheric family rooms where he lived and worked and learn about his fascinating life and groundbreaking theories with our exhibition “Uncovering Origins” .

  8. Knole

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    Historic House / Palace

    Sevenoaks

    Set at the heart of the only remaining medieval deer park in Kent, Knole's fascinating links with royalty and literary connections with Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, make this one of the most intriguing houses in England.

  9. Basildon Park

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    Historic House / Palace

    Reading

    Classical 18thC house by John Carr of York, with an unusual Octagon Room, fine plasterwork and the decorative Shell Room. Situated in 400 acres of parkland and woodland.

  10. The Historic Dockyard Chatham

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    Historic Site

    Chatham

    The Historic Dockyard Chatham is a unique, award winning maritime heritage destination with a fantastic range of attractions, iconic buildings and historic ships to explore, PLUS a fabulous programme of touring exhibitions at No.1 Smithery.

  11. Alexandra Park

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    Garden

    Hastings

    This 109 acre park was originally laid out by Robert Marnock, a renowned landscape gardener, in 1878. It was formally opened by the Prince and Princess of Wales on June 26 1882.

  12. Batemans

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    Historic House / Palace

    Burwash, Etchingham

    A 17thC Ironmaster's house which was the home of Rudyard Kipling between 1902-35. His study and Rolls Royce can be seen. Garden with working watermill.

  13. Slindon Estate - National Trust

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    Nature Reserve

    Arundel

    Enjoy wonderful woodland walks, a quintessential Sussex village and spectacular views of the South Downs and the coastline from the Slindon Estate.

  14. Denbies Hillside

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    Natural Feature

    Dorking

    Dramatic and stunning chalk escarpment with panoramic views

    With amazing views towards Leith Hill, the highest point in south east England, Denbies Hillside is a great spot for wildlife-watching.

    Named after John Denby, a 17th-century farmer,...

  15. 1066 Battle Abbey and Battlefield

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    Abbey / Priory

    Battle

    An abbey founded by William the Conqueror on the site of the Battle of Hastings. Battlefield views and new visitor centre with film and interactive exhibition.

  16. The Surrey Explorer

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    Road Cycling

    Guildford

    All inclusive guided bike tours of the Surrey Hills, only 35 minutes by train from central London. Bikes, helmets and tour guide are provided. You can see so much more by bike: hidden villages and woodlands; points of interest; incredible views; and...

  17. St Helens Duver and Priory Woods

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    Natural Feature

    St Helens

    Walk along the sand dunes and learn about the wooded area with a fascinating history and great coastal views.

  18. Hush Heath Winery

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    Vineyard

    Tonbridge

    Tours at Hush Heath take guests through the magical countryside of the Garden of England, the vineyards, ancient oak woodlands, apple orchards and meadows of our 400 acre family estate.

  19. Claydon House

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    Historic House / Palace

    Buckingham

    There is plenty to do for all the family; see the beautiful interiors of the 400 year old house, roam the restored estate gardens, picnic, or simply eat, drink and shop in the 18th century courtyard.

  20. Arlington Bluebell Walk & Farm Trail

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    Nature Reserve

    Arlington

    Enjoy vistas of bluebells in 23 acres of ancient woodland. Walks and trails through three farms. Countryside exhibition. One walk is wheelchair friendly.