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#1 of 2 things to do in Capel-le-Ferne
The memorial is in such a peaceful setting overlooking Folkestone and definitely well worth a visit although there was something sureal being fortunate enough to see a passing Spitfire doing a barrel role overhead...
excellent memorial well laid out with a good cafe nice food reasonably priced, scramble experience is excellent telling the story informatively and dramatically you cant help feel emotional.
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Dover Castle

Dover 5.2 mi away
#4 of 49 things to do in Dover
You've everything from the castle itself, to a Saxon church and Roman lighthouse, medieval tunnels, Napoleonic and WW tunnels, WW2 hospital, a nice selection of cafe's, outside picnic areas, Signal station, the ra...
The castle itself is simply enormous, with a massive range of things to do: battlement walks, world war tunnels, war hospital, towers and chambers with actors acting little scenes to display what some aspects of l...
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The White Cliffs of Dover

Dover 6.1 mi away
#3 of 49 things to do in Dover
Was just superb place for a picnic...views were breathtaking and was easy to reach the top... enjoyed sitting on the cliff and watching the views and the sea was a pure bliss and calm...
You can park in the National Trust car park, complete with a visitor centre and café, and go for some bracing but enjoyable walks, with great views of France's coast on a clear day.
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Lower Leas Coastal Park

Folkestone 2.6 mi away
#1 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
... park equipment was super and our two year old had fun fun fun Found mermaid cafe for a lovely light bite Overall definitely worth a visit with lots of picnic benches and area for a pit stop Beautiful plants too
Excellent play area for the children along with a beautifully landscaped walk parallel with the English Channel which affords great sea views and offers picnicking facilities.

Fan Bay Deep Shelter

Dover 5.8 mi away
#1 of 49 things to do in Dover
The experience was really interesting and the volunteer guide and other volunteers were extremely knowledgeable about the history of the tunnels and WW1 and WW2 defences associated with the site.
A brilliant addition to the overwhelming history that is in Dover ,a truly great feat of engineering during a time when the country was uncertain of its future ,and the First World War sound mirrors are truly a ge...

Samphire Hoe

Dover 3.0 mi away
#9 of 49 things to do in Dover
Journey through the cliffs (tunnel) adds to the excitement and good car park, thought £2.00 for the day, excellent value (or can do 2 hours for a £1) and toilets!
Built with the spoils of the Channel Tunnel/Euro tunnel this large area of new land is now a gorgeous Education Centre, Visitor Centre and a good place to Sea Fish.
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Dover Transport Museum

Whitfield 4.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Whitfield
The admission price is very reasonable, I give this 10 out 10 a great afternoon and thank the volunteers who took their time to come talk to us as we made our are way round ,overall excellent and fully recommend a...
Without doubt one of the best transport museums I have ever visited all created and run by volunteers really lovely knowledgeable people.

Kent Battle of Britain Museum

Hawkinge 2.6 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Hawkinge
This excellent Battle of Britain museum situated in Hawkinge has been created by a team of dedicated and passionate personnel and consists of a huge collection of aircraft, vehicles, weapons, uniforms, flying equi...
It is beautifully curated with plenty of aircraft and memorabilia for the enthusiasts, with the added attraction of personalised accounts of the brave young men who lost their lives fighting for our freedom.

Western Heights

Dover 4.6 mi away
#10 of 49 things to do in Dover
great cheap day out for all the family.. open days and various days when its open, fun for the budding young adventurers looking for a bit of history as well.
... from the walls are magnificent, the weekend we were ther was also the scene of re enactments by red coated soldiers plus some French soldiers, muskets were fired along with a cannon, well worth the visit.the

Sunny Sands

Folkestone 1.6 mi away
#6 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
A pretty good hard walk area tbh, stairs, cliffs but well worth it as you can just take it easy- plenty of seating everywhere to suit all ages!
Small beach which all but disappears at high tide but lovely sand and great for swimming.

Dover Museum

Dover 4.8 mi away
#7 of 49 things to do in Dover
For anyone with “museum fatigue” this is well worth a visit, topped off with a spectacular Bronze Age boat that oozes history.
There are three floors of superbly presented displays from pre-history, through Roman, Anglo-Saxon periods and even more as you climb the stairs between the floors.

Brockhill Country Park

Hythe 6.2 mi away
#3 of 8 things to do in Hythe
The delight of early snowdrops in the Spring, children's activities in the school holidays, picking blackberries in the Autumn, getting away from the fierce sun at the height of Summer and walking along the frozen...
... throne they like to have their photo taken in , they have an amazing park area for the children and picnic areas and for the oldies like me plenty of places to stop and sit and get your breath back, they have ...

Hythe Beach

Hythe 5.9 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Hythe
Just love this beach, The hythe bay and griggs excellent for lunch and also the hythe imperial hotel is stunning, Hythe has a lovely high street with plenty of lovely shops and restaurants.
... heading towards sand gate, we travel a long way just doe this ice cream There are also some lovely walks just off the beach and a skate park near by for the children - free parking too which is a huge bonus

South Foreland Lighthouse

Dover 7.5 mi away
#6 of 49 things to do in Dover
Part of the attractions at the White cliffs of Dover, a National trust site, l long but beautiful hike to the lighthouse, good footwear essential, watch the kids as some of the paths are close to the cliff edge an...
Allow some time to chill in the grounds outside as they have picnic benches and kites and games to play for free, and a traditional tea room with delicious cakes!

Folkestone Harbour Arm

Folkestone 1.9 mi away
#4 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
Loads going on- live music, fresh seafood, Anthony Gormley art, pass the time walking up to the champagne bar and back along the top Plenty of places to sit and watch the world go by with great views of Folkestone...
Bars, cafes, games, live music, dog and child friendly, artwork and train history - the harbour arm has it all Great for a romantic date (champagne bar) or bring the kids and play the games along the arm A fantast...

East Kent Railway

Shepherdswell 6.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Shepherdswell
For £10 it is amazing value, run by volunteers who work so hard to make it really special; we can’t recommend this trip highly enough.
The journey from Shepherdswell to Eythorne is through some lovely countryside and taken at an easy pace so you have time to take in the scenery.

Quarterhouse

Folkestone 1.8 mi away
#8 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
Parking in the car park at the end of Tontine Street is free after 6 pm.
There are good shows for all ages.

Kingsnorth Gardens

Folkestone 2.2 mi away
#13 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
Beautifully landscapes lawns, with border flowers, an upper rose garden and two ponds.
One of my favourite spots in Folkestone, perfect place for reflection and some peace and quiet.

Leas Cliff Hall

Folkestone 2.4 mi away
#16 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
This building is steeped in history and the Channel Suit where i attended a wedding as a guest his the most stunning panoramic views of the sea (and France on a clear day) The food we were served was top quality,...
Visited Leas Cliff Hall to see the 2019 pantomime it’s such a beautiful building, helpful friendly staff and was a great pantomime with a very talented cast/crew.

Terlingham Vineyard

Hawkinge 2.1 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Hawkinge
We were lucky enough to get the chance to visit this lovely vineyard as part of the Kent Big Weekend and what a treat!
Delicious red, white, rose and sparkling wines served with a generous cheese board in an idyllic setting.

The Leas Bandstand

Folkestone 2.2 mi away
#17 of 58 things to do in Folkestone

Eurotunnel Le Shuttle

Folkestone 4.2 mi away
#14 of 58 things to do in Folkestone
Even when some queues it's well organised and once you're on the train you can relax, stretch your legs, visit the loo... so easy on and off within 40 minutes without any hassle (unlike the ferry).
We travelled both ways on the train and it was so easy and simple checking in both sides.Before we left England we had plenty of time so we had a nice relaxing hot drink before catching the train you drive on and...

White Horse

Hawkinge 1.9 mi away
#3 of 4 things to do in Hawkinge
The evening was brilliant and we will certainly be attending the next quiz and the pub atmosphere was such that we will definitely become "regulars"
Fantastic Sunday lunch served by very pleasant staff in a warm and friendly pub.