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26 March 2010, 11:52 | Updated: 26 March 2010, 12:45
People in Kent are getting the chance to go to visitor attractions across the county for free.
As part of the Big Day Out on Saturday, thousands of people will be going to more than 120 tourist attractions including castles, cathedrals, museums and historic houses.
A ballot was held to give away more than 18,000 tickets.
Because not everybody who wanted tickets was able to get them, a number of other tourist sites in Kent have decided to open for free.
The following venues will be putting on tours, walks, events and offers:
-->-->AffordART Fabulous Folkestone at The Grand
Bluetown Heritage Centre, Sheerness
Canterbury Roman Museum
Crampton Tower Museum, Broadstairs
The Grand at Folkestone
The Brook Agricultural Museum, near Ashford
Cranbrook Union Windmill
Drapers Windmill, Margate
Herne Bay Museum
Minster Abbey Gatehouse Museum, near Sheerness
Museum of Canterbury & Rupert Bear Museum
Polka Dot Art Centre, Teynham
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Museum
St George's Church, Gravesend
Tunbridge Wells Museum & Gallery
Westgate Towers Museum, Cantebury