The Museum at Quex Park in Kent had its origins in a pavilion built in the garden in 1896 to house the growing natural history collection gathered by the young Percy Powell-Cotton on a series of amazing trips to the wildest areas of northern India and Tibet.
There has been a house at Quex Park, in Kent since the early 1400
Quex Barn are on a mission to bring fresh local produce to local people, as well as to the many welcome visitors to Kent. The fully licensed restaurant serves meals daily.
With an indoor & outdoor play area, Jungle Jims provides the opportunity for families to enjoy the adventure of play together in a family orientated atmosphere, where the Dads feel just as comfortable as the Mums!!
Quex Activity Centre has introduced a beautifully landscaped Adventure Golf area to Quex Park.
The Secret Garden Centre is set in a 2 acre Victorian walled garden at Quex Park. Stock ranges from classic favourites to the more unusual.
Paintball, Laser Tag & Outdoor Recreation- offering exciting and action packed games and activities for everyone to enjoy.
Visitors at Quex Craft Village are invited to interact with the craft workers and see the crafts being made as well as take part in classes that are available.
At Build A Base, Quex Park, you will have loads of fun as you defend against the opposition when they try to take control of your base. There are tunnels & special effects within the arena to make it even more exciting!
At Mama Feelgoods Boutique Cafe, Quex Park, you can join us for breakfast or morning coffee and one of our handmade cakes, for a light lunch or even have freshly baked scones for afternoon tea.