Quex Park is an historic country estate situated in Birchington-on-Sea on the stunning Kent coast near Margate. Over recent years the estate has developed
into one of Thanet’s popular leisure and tourism destination.
The Estate has a fascinating history that dates to at least the 15th century. Many prominent families have lived here and developed it over the centuries
to what we see today. Landmarks within the Park include the Waterloo Tower built 1819, with its extremely rare secular peal of 12 bells and white iron spire,
and the castellated Round Tower used to signal to ships out at sea.
Visitor attractions and leisure activities abound at Quex Park, along with bespoke retail and food and drink outlets to choose from, and a packed and
exciting annual events calendar for the whole family to enjoy.
We have three activity centres, the Quex Adventure Farm Park, where you will find the Maize Maze in the summer, The Quex Activity Centre, and The Jungle
with the Watering Hole Café and its outdoor play area. There is also an Adventure Golf Course, a Craft Village, a Garden Nursery, Quex Carriages, and a Farm shop and Restaurant.
Visit Quex Park and expect the unexpected