New self-guided quiz trails are popping up in many towns across Kent.

‘Quiz Trail’ was put together by a mum and her two daughters, who all share a love of history and a keen interest in discovering new things.

The idea came from when they used to visit places with family and have a great day, but they didn’t learn anything new.

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Along with the trails, you’ll get a 20-page book full of stories and facts to read as you pass the historic sites.

All ages are welcome to try for the price of £4, with the trails taking between one and two hours.

They have all been limited to less than two miles and there is no time limit which means you can walk around at your own pace.



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Trails are currently available in Broadstairs, Canterbury, Deal & Walmer, Faversham, Herne Bay, Margate, Ramsgate, Rochester, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Sandwich, Tenterden, West Malling and Whitstable.

That’s not all, as more trails have been written and will soon arrive in Folkestone, Sevenoaks and Tonbridge.

You can find more information by clicking here.

Routes and distances available

(Not all distances are available)



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You can walk around beautiful sites while learning about the history of Kent‘s towns and villages

Broadstairs – 2 km

Canterbury – 1.1 mi / 1.8 km

Deal & Walmer

Faversham – 1.6 mi / 2.5 km

Bay of Herne

margate

Ramsgate

Rochester – 2 km

Tunbridge Royal Well – 2 km

Sandwich – 2km

Tenterden – 1.8 km

West Mall – 2 km

Whitstable – 2 km

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