Visitors can explore Groombridge Place, Scotney Castle, Biddenden Vineyards, Kent & East Sussex Railway, Chiddingstone Castle & Gardens, the elegant and historic spa town of Tunbridge Wells and Hole Park. Even better is the fabulous money saving offers combined in the Seven Wonders of the Weald annual pass. Valid for a year from purchase the pass allows one free entry into many of the attractions.

One of the attractions, Scotney Castle, in Lamberhurst, offers fun for all ages with a fascinating country house to explore, romantic gardens and a 14th century moated castle. The beautiful parkland and wooded estate offer lovely walks for visitors.

Alternatively, the diesel and steam trains at the Kent & East Sussex Railway in Tenterden take passengers on a nostalgic journey along the 10½ miles of track, through the stunning Wealden countryside and Rother Valley.

The route terminates in the Sussex village of Bodiam in the shadow of the magnificent National Trust castle. For something a little different why not experience the Making Tracks for the Sixties Event between 29 and 31 August with sounds, fashion, vehicles and trains from the twentieth century’s grooviest decade.

Why not visit Biddenden Vineyards where ten varieties of grapes are grown to produce white, red, rosé and quality sparkling wines, all of which are pressed and bottled on site. Visitors to the vineyard can take a walk through the vines on a defined route and explore the winery. There is also the chance to taste the award winning wines, ciders and juices in the vineyard shop.

Visit www.sevenwonders.org.uk to find out more information about the many exciting events running over the summer holidays.