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Lullingstone Country Park is set in the Darent Valley, between Eynsford and Shoreham, and has wonderful open grassland that fills with wildflowers in Spring.
Lullingstone is internationally important for its collection of ancient trees, with over 300 veteran oak, beech, hornbeam, ash and sweet chestnut, some of which are thought to be 800 years old. The park also has many areas of chalk grassland that are filled with spectacular displays of orchids and other colourful Wild flowers in summer.
The visitor centre offers excellent facilities including a café, toilets and shop. It has a comprehensive range of information about the park's landscape, wildlife and heritage.
In addition to this, a fully equipped education centre enables groups of all ages, from primary schools to adult art and conservation groups, to learn about all aspects of the countryside.
For those wishing to venture into the wider countryside, an excellent guide is available for a 6.5 mile circular walk from the visitor centre, passing through the nearby village of Shoreham. The route is within a few hundred metres of Shoreham railway station, on the line from London Blackfriars to Sevenoaks; so visitors can enjoy a traffic free day in the countryside.
The Darent Valley Path runs past the park, offering more opportunities to explore the local countryside.
You will understand the name once you find the cache.
Pay and display parking is available at the park as well as a cafe and toilets
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