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#1 of 9 things to do in Westgate-on-Sea
Drink and food prices are a big high but when the ticket prices are so low it’s definitely worth it, would recommend to anyone who loves a good family friendly cinema.
This cinema was taken over by Barry and Mike in the eighties and they converted it from an old fleapit picture house into a proper cinema with well spaced comfortable seating and showing the latest films.

The Micro Museum

Ramsgate 4.8 mi away
#2 of 36 things to do in Ramsgate
A gem of a place Pros Cute museum -with everything working!!! Good quiz for kids Owners also change items around so it changes during the year apparently Nostalgic and fun Owners are lovely- what an amazing place...
Delighted to find this gem open in the break between Christmas and New Year - it was fab to reminisce and my son loved gaming for a few hours!
#1 of 8 things to do in Manston
The whole museum is built on the enthusiasm and dedication of contributors and volunteers and every exhibit, be it from private donations from families or from more formal sources, gives another insight into this...
This lovely museum features the iconic RAF fighter planes of the Second World War, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI and the Hawker Hurricane IIC, housed under one museum roof at the historic Battle of Britain airfi...
#3 of 36 things to do in Ramsgate
lovely walk along the shore, looking at Sailors Church,old Ramsgate Ferry port that me and my family used often to get to Belgium, St Laurence Church little bit inland - lovely
The harbour is a lovely place to visit during the festive season as well as the summer months, the boats are all decorated by the owners and the lights are lovely for the kids to see.
#2 of 8 things to do in Manston
... it's just lots of rare memorabilia well laid out for everyone to see A must for all Aircraft enthusiasts The place is run by volunteers who are very happy to talk about the place and it's contents Be warned yo...
What a little gem this place is, what with the other museum across the grass you can easily spend a few hours visiting both with a break in the middle at the great cafeteria selling everything from home cooked mea...

Joss Bay

Broadstairs 4.7 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Broadstairs
Brilliant facilities including bouncy castles and slides for the kids, clean toilets, tons of parking and The most reasonably priced beach cafe I’ve ever seen.
While staying in Broadstairs in February we decided to walk from Broadstairs to Botany Bay and seeing that the tide was out we decided to walk right along the sandy beach taking in Joss Bay.

Stone Bay

Broadstairs 4.8 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Broadstairs
My wife and I stayed here it was so lovely and quiet and easy to get into town centre a short walk or on an open top bus,they only run hourly but easy to remember time on the half hour
A lifeguard station and well-defined flags for the bathing area and others for boards etc., with plenty of opportunity for rock pooling at low tide, with the seawall running at the base of the chalk cliffs housing...

Viking Bay

Broadstairs 5.0 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Broadstairs
Viking Bay is an excellent choice for a day at the beach great for the whole family excellent pubs and restaurants there are childrens ridea at the end of the beach and lovely promanade walks and in the summer the...
I love Viking bay i always stay at Bleak House and love to go down to the bay and watch the boats and people on the beach its always so busy and the weather was wondeful-such a beautiful little part of Kent histor...

Botany Bay

Kingsgate 4.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Kingsgate
Beautiful sandy beach with amazing views !! Would recommend to take beach shoes as the sea surface in most places is rocky and its is nice to have a walk around when the tide is low.
We were lucky to visit on a sunny day – We parked the car bit further down and walked over to the bay… the walk itself and that fresh sea air was just lovely – We had such a lovely afternoon dipping our toes in th...

Margate Old Town

Margate 2.1 mi away
#8 of 55 things to do in Margate
Fantastic sandy beach and great funky shops, loads of micro pubs, retro/vintage shops and the old town is superb.
... found this art gallery/cafe by chance,a POT of tea for two + home made cake for £3 and the toilets were very clean too!the pictures by local artists are excellent and reasonably priced,well worth a visit.

Minnis Bay

Birchington 2.1 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Birchington
A lovely beach to stroll along .Nice and quiet away from the madding crowds !A very nice area to explore.
Minnis Bay is a great place to visit, with its sweeping bay, sandy beach and very pleasurable walks for both people and if they have them, their furry doggy friends.

Walpole Bay Hotel Museum

Margate 3.0 mi away
#7 of 55 things to do in Margate
Sunday dinner is always fantatsic and to have a pianist (Nic) playing through dinner creates a great atmosphere, we always stay the night so we can eat and drink then have a snooze after, brilliant!
We walked along the promenade from the Fort area, a lovely walk on such a gorgeous afternoon last Tuesday.
#7 of 36 things to do in Ramsgate
Dog walkers will love this as you can walk for miles ,kids will love roaming over the grass there is a good size parking area good for picnics there is all so a bird hide to sit in so you can watch the birds and i...
alarge car park with good views of pegwell bay , a cafe and toilets , nice walks overlooking the bay ,selection of wild flowers

Kingsgate Bay

Kingsgate 4.6 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Kingsgate
This lovely stretch of clean golden sand at high tide having opportunities for rock pooling at low tide is crowned by several follies Kingsgate Castle on one headland and the Captin Digby on the other an ideal pla...
While staying in Broadstairs in February we decided to walk from Broadstairs to Botany Bay and seeing that the tide was out we decided to walk right along the sandy beach taking in Kingsgate Bay.

Reculver Towers and Roman Fort

Herne Bay 6.1 mi away
#1 of 33 things to do in Herne Bay
If you are looking for a bit of culture or have an interest in history, nature & wildlife , then the Kent Wildlife Trust information centre at Reculver is well worth a visit , it is free and there you can learn ab...
Time and my lovely girlfriend decided to have a walk around the towers and get some lovely photos...was lovely to walk around bonus is the pub is right there too which of course is lovely to go in.... 10/10

Turner Contemporary

Margate 2.1 mi away
#13 of 55 things to do in Margate
Coupled with a small but well-curated gift shop, a very pleasant café selling locally sourced food and drinks, and some wonderful views of the seas and skies which inspired Turner himself, the gallery is a very pl...
... Station and get to the main sands you can see the Turner Contemporary.. Just look along the beach and there it is..... What an Impressive Building, such a bold statement that breathes new life into an old Town...

Margate Main Sands

Margate 1.8 mi away
#5 of 55 things to do in Margate
Lovely Sandy beach lifeguards helpful and friendly and are in the ball at all times love the beach bar and barbecue all staff we're very friendly lived it
Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the small round cafe overlooking the beach (Sands) then a few minutes walk to the Turner Contemporary and the shops...behind the Tourist Information at low tide look for the statue o...

Theatre Royal

Margate 2.1 mi away
#4 of 55 things to do in Margate
Saw the brilliant Count Arthur Strong so so funny, just brilliant comedy loved every minute.
What a fantastic venue, very small and intimate, mostly run by volunteers, what a gem of history.

The Grange

Ramsgate 5.0 mi away
#8 of 36 things to do in Ramsgate
... admirer of AWN Pugin and I took the opportunity to visit his former home and St.Augustine's Church, which he both built.There is an annual Heritage Open Day event otherwise there are guided tours on Wednesdays.
The tour is guided and you only see the ground floor but you can also visit the church next door, which is highly ornate and also designed but Pugin.

Polar Helicopters

Manston 2.4 mi away
#5 of 8 things to do in Manston