Discover Quex Park
Quex Park is situated near the town of Birchington in Thanet, Kent. Quex is an historic family estate, which in recent years has developed into a popular visitor attraction with great shopping opportunities, family activities, seasonal events. There are also converted farm cottages for longer visits to the area.
Quex Park regularly hosts seasonal events such as music festivals, historic re-enactment events, large visitor attraction events, and a country show. See our Events Page for more details of our next events.
Visit Quex Barn for a wonderful shopping experience, with fresh vegetables, farm-reared produce, free-range eggs and a fishmonger too. Then why not relax with a cup of coffee or tea and choose from their range of delightful cakes and snacks, or stay for lunch or dinner in the Barn restaurant?
If you love gardening, why not visit the The Secret Garden at Quex Park? Located in a walled garden this great garden centre has a wide selection of seasonal plants, shrubs and trees, as well as a gift shop.
Alpaca Trekking and Goat Walking!
Ever fancied taking an alpaca or a goat for a walk? This great family experience, for all age groups, is available at Quex Park. You will get to know your alpaca or goat then follow a specific route with a guide and enjoy interacting with nature.
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Quex Park Activity Centres
Quex Park is also home to a number of independent tourist attractions, such as Quex Adventure Golf, and The Quex Activity Centre with paintball, jumping pillows and an adventure farm park. Quex Park is also home to . The Jungle at Quex Park is a great venue for children’s parties and activities and is a place you can relax with a cup of tea or coffee and a snack, while your children play. The Jungle at Quex
Conservation at Quex Park
Conservation is a big part of life at Quex Park and the estate is involved in various conservation and environmental schemes with partners such as:
Nature Friendly Farming Network – NFFN,
Linking Farming and the Environment – LEAF
Kent Wildlife Trust – Kent Wildlife Trust
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds – RSPB
Approximately 85 species of birds have been spotted on Quex farmland, while at Richborough 145 bird species have been identified.
So next time you are driving, cycling or just strolling along the lanes adjacent to the fields of the Quex Park Estates, you will understand why you can hear so many birds singing!
Quex Park Craft Village
Quex Park is home to a number of artists and artisans who in addition to selling their art, also host workshops. So if you have ever wanted to learn to paint or draw, make jewellery or pottery then visit the Craft Village for more details.
Eateries at Quex Park
Quex Park also has a variety of places to eat and drink, while you explore the park. From the award winning Quex Barn restaurant, to independent cafes, there is always something to choose from.