Things to Do in Ramsgate

Things to Do in Ramsgate, Isle of Thanet - Ramsgate Attractions

Things to Do in Ramsgate

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  • Maxine S
    United Kingdom4 contributions
    We were very lucky to have a tour to ourselves. This is a fascinating experience brought alive by the guides' knowledge and anecdotes. Very reasonably priced too. Bought the map in the gift shop and I've spent the afternoon finding all the entrances on Google Earth, I bet people walk past them every day not knowing what they are.
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Kelly A
    Lower Halstow, UK32 contributions
    Far more beautiful than we were expecting with more to see. Pleasant walk around the harbour, lots of choices to eat and drink, friendly people.
    Written March 1, 2022
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  • rebeccatK7477VW
    Great Bookham, UK19 contributions
    An excellent blast from the past seeing old computers, game consoles and the opportunity for us to relive memories of video games with our children. A great afternoon for all, highly recommend.
    Written April 16, 2022
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  • Bentley Bear
    Harpenden, UK227 contributions
    Nice beach in general and only a short walk from all the amenities. The only real downside is that Ramsgate isn't a particularly exciting place so there isn't a great deal to do nearby.
    Written December 2, 2021
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  • Traveller44444555
    Deal, UK11 contributions
    Interesting place and managed to get a drink from the cafe....maybe they can train the man at Pegwell Bay country Park
    Written July 20, 2021
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  • Ben B
    3 contributions
    Walked from Ramsgate to the Pegwell Bay nature reserve (and back). Bascially followed the coast path. Glorious day. Had a rest at the Viking Cafe at Cliff End. It's a fairly easy walk - no major hills. Very peaceful. Fresh air. Bird song. About 5 miles there, 5 miles back.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Tinuviel C
    Margate, UK134 contributions
    Took my 2 year old on the fairy trail, she loved looking out for their houses. Was very muddy so take wellies. Not massive but feels secluded and out of the way. Ended up buying a membership and will be returning again with kids, and to check out the Stargazing Night.
    Written February 17, 2020
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  • Ella H
    24 contributions
    Family of 7 stayed here in August 2020. Very clean when we arrived. Great quality restoraiton and it is an enchanting experience to be in a house with such history. All the rooms were decorated to a very authentic, high quality standard. The location is great - just outside the property there are some steps down to a beach (lesser known than the main sands and consequently not very busy at all). Sea views from 3 out of 4 bedrooms. The garden is huge and probably could do with some TLC as it was not in a good condition, but deck chairs were provided so that we could sit outside (a garden table/picnic table is the only thing we thought should have been added).

    House sleeps 8 and there are 4 toilets, 2 showers and 1 bath in total. 2 toilets and a shower room downstairs, 1 bathroom on the 1st floor with the bedrooms and 1 bathroom half way to the tower with a bath and a toilet. The bathrooms (especially the downstairs one) were the only rooms in the house we feel that did not have Pugin's charm in them (maybe could have featured some replicas of his tiles?). Also 2 out of 4 toilets are slighlty novelty (they are wooden benches with holes in them like in the olden days). This was funny but they smelt a bit funny and were not that comfortable to sit on.

    The beds were very comfortable although it was very hot with the heavy duvet they provided in summer.

    The kitchen, living room, breakfast room and dining room were all functional and practical. The dining room was probably the most impressive room and it was amaxing eating an evening meal here. The chapel was also very curious although we didn't spend much time here
    Written August 11, 2020
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  • Jackie M
    Purley, UK11 contributions
    We found this little gem by chance , it is a wonderful church but made so much more interesting by the lovely Hunter who told us the history. He made it come alive and made it a lovely visit. We went into Ramsgate and on our return wanted to pop in and thank Hunter we bought him a cake as a thank you but unfortunately it was closed so had to eat it ourselves. Maybe next time .
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • g1946
    Deal, UK4 contributions
    Lovely well kept gardens to enjoy whilst enjoying a relaxed drink and snack. Nice little play area for toddlers.
    Written October 6, 2019
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  • Climber816162
    Farnborough, UK7 contributions
    Worth visiting, to reflect on the lives led by the seafaring community, and the Smack Boys - look for the blue plaque nearby.
    Written April 5, 2022
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  • Jenny and Ivy
    22 contributions
    I live across the road from this lovely church, it looks amazing in all seasons. This year due to Covid they did an online version of Minster's open gardens, check them out on their Facebook page - St Mary's Church Minster in Thanet.
    Written July 15, 2020
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  • MichaelMacartney
    Margate, UK1,164 contributions
    We had a lovely walk through the park coming out at Broadstairs and on to Louisa Bay where we found an excellent cafe on the promenade for coffee before continuing into Broadstairs
    Written July 23, 2021
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  • malc1005
    Kettering, UK3,934 contributions
    A nice park, to take a walk or just have a sit, nice little cafe on site, well worth a visit, if your in the area.
    Written November 13, 2021
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  • coolcustomerLondon
    london107 contributions
    Quite unusual church with beautiful glass windows and interesting interior. I strongly recommend to check opening hours.
    Written August 15, 2020
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