Despite being one of the largest towns in Kent, there’s a twee sense of Britishness about Maidstone which makes it feel rather petite, quaint and charming. It’s like getting the best bits of living in a picturesque village except supersized, with all the conveniences of living in a large town thrown in. That’s because, as lovely as Maidstone looks and as much as its preservation of its history does give it a distinctive personality, it’s also a part of Kent that’s forward-thinking. It’s always looking to the future just as much as it admires the past.
Maidstone is a town of culture, as seen through its three theatres: the Hazlitt Theatre, The Corn Exchange (now known as The Exchange Studio) and The Hermitage Millennium Amphitheatre. In addition to this, Maidstone has its very own art museum, the speciality museum Teapot Island, alongside historical sites like Leeds Museum to explore. And of course, if you prefer the simpler things in life, you can wander around one the many wonderful parks, or enjoy a quick pint in its countless great pubs.
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