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Ramsgate Tunnels

Ramsgate 8.1 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Ramsgate
Ramsgate tunnel tour, what a fantastic site to see, Martin our tour guide was excellent knew everything and very friendly and professional, on arrival we watch a short film, showing us what and how life was like o...
Very interesting , great tour underground was amazed at how many lives these tunnels saved , tour guide was so helpful and knowledgeable , great little tea / cafe as you enter

Fan Bay Deep Shelter

Dover 13.8 mi away
#1 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Dover
This was an amazing experience made better by our tour guide Dave! Really interesting to listen to and and learnt lots about the geology, history and geography of the area!
The walk there is superb on a nice day the deep shelter is in great condition and thanks to the excellent guide we had a great tour love the fact it's torch lit ads to the atmosphere

Battle of Britain Memorial

Capel-le-Ferne 15.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks 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...
The static displays of the Hurricane and Spitfire are outstanding, the monument and the landscaping of the site was terrific and the experience in the interpretation center was sophisticated and amazing.
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Dover Castle

Dover 13.7 mi away
#2 of 24 Sights & Landmarks 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 secret war- time tunnels, the underground hospital, operation Dynamo rescue from Dunkirk, Henry II's Great Tower, Princess of Wales Royal Regiment Museum or descend into the eerie, winding Medieval Tunnels, da...
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Walmer Castle and Gardens

Walmer 10.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Walmer
The unusual castle with its round walls and well laid out gardens is a must visit for anyone who like old buildings and gardens, has an unusual link to t Great Britain's seafaring history., well worth the visit
Fantastically historical castle (complete with Wellington boots!), a delightful woodland walk with the new ‘Glen’ walk in an old chalk quarry and a peaceful walled garden designed for the Queen Mother.

Chilham Village

Chilham 13.2 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Chilham
The main square sits beside the wonderful castle and grounds. 2 lovely historic pubs, a wonderful Old church with ancient gravestones in the surrounding cemetery and a perfect centre for walking the north downs way.
The beauty of this Kent village is simply breathtakingly, the beautiful church is a must to step into, all the buildings and side streets are like a film set, flowers adorn the houses, and a pub nestled in the cor...
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The Leas Promenade

Folkestone 17.2 mi away
#1 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Folkestone
... seaside town is complete without a leisurely stroll along this wonderful Victorian promenade with the most fantastic views of the Channel (plus France on a very clear day ) and beautifully maintained lawns.
We walked from the war memorial, and along the route is the bandstand, leas Cliff hall, the metropole hotel and the grand hotel with history galore, these really are stunning buildings, we ended the route near the...

St. Martin's Church

Canterbury 7.0 mi away
#1 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood of Canterbury and about 15 mins walk from the famous Canterbury Cathedral, this oldest church in continuous use in the entire English-speaking world, is often given a miss by to...
Hidden gem is an overused term but fits this church perfectly as it's off the main part of Canterbury but is well worth a visit.

South Foreland Lighthouse

Dover 13.7 mi away
#3 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Dover
A wonderful day rambling over the white cliffs of Dover to this little gem , a fabulous light house and tea rooms called Mrs Knotts The guide was so informative and interesting and all the guides were friendly and...
We had a guided tour and what a wonderful knowledgeable guide we had who talked us around the lighthouse and explained the history.... well worth experiencing and the tearoom was lovely

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury 7.5 mi away
#2 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
The Cathedral has great historical significance and very important if you like history The architecture is amazing and the art is breathtaking It is a very large church with numerous chapels From a religious stand...
Don’t miss the Cloisters (fascinating medieval carvings of animals & shields), the Crypt (oldest part of the Cathedral which housed the tomb of Thomas Beckett before it was moved to the Trinity Chapel) or the tomb...
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Sailors Church

Ramsgate 7.6 mi away
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Ramsgate
Worth a visit, pretty church on the harbour, was home for the smack boys, next to some lovely coffee shops and restaurants, so a great area to spend an hour or two
Nice to learn of local history, which mustn't be forgotten .

Christ Church Gate

Canterbury 7.5 mi away
#3 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
The gate displays several coat of arms: Tudor dynasty etc besides very early renaissance pilaster and capitals and other statues and mason etc It is surely impressive and inspirational and provides hours of intere...
* Arms of the Tudor Dynasty including in the Centre the Royal Arms * a Bronze Sculpture of Christ by the German Sculptor Klaus Ringwald * early Renaissance Pilaster and Capitals, dating amongst the earliest in Eng...
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The Shell Grotto

Margate 7.9 mi away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Margate
So worth a visit to this gem of a find, so interesting, its so intriguing about the history of this little place and who made it for us all future generations to see!
... this grotto is largely formed underneath a residential garden in a normal looking street but it is amazingly decorated with 4.3 million shells in intricate patterns - a real gem hidden in the depths of the earth.
#4 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
The gardens are a perfect place to have a quiet sandwich on a sunny day, or simply to enjoy the wild flower meadow.
W.ak down Stour street, pass the Greyfriars lodging house and turn right and over the bridge.
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#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Sandwich
The audio guide is invaluable as it brings the ruins to life and takes you on a guided journey to each of the information boards so do make sure you use one.
There are explanatory signs as you walk around, plus an audio guide, a coffee shop and the usual English Heritage shop, full of Roman and English goodies.

Folkestone Harbour Arm

Folkestone 16.9 mi away
#2 of 29 Sights & Landmarks 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...
... having the harbour arm open up for the public is absolutely fantastic There are many different places to eat and drink and at weekends there is always live music A truly wonderful addition to our seaside town

Whitstable Town Centre

Whitstable 9.7 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
Only 1.30 mins drive from the city, Whitstable is the perfect example of a traditional English seaside town, with a great choice of delicious seafood restaurants (all serving ultra fresh local fish), cozy cafes, g...
Lovely place to visit lots of individual shops , Victoria’s boutique Has lots of lovely things can always find something to buy when I visit The black dog great real ales Wheelers oyster bar is excellent for food...
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Eastbridge Hospital

Canterbury 7.6 mi away
#5 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This historic building in the centre of the city is an absolute delight steeped in history dating right back to the 12th century when it was a place to stay for the pilgrims visiting Thomas Becket's tomb.
If you are interested in the history of Canterbury, religious history or social history you will find this place worth a visit.
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Reculver Towers and Roman Fort

Herne Bay 4.4 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks 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

St. Augustine's Abbey

Canterbury 7.3 mi away
#6 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Audio Tour is excellent and gives a great overview of the history Abbey and enough detail of the timeline of the Abbey, Canterbury and the early Christian settlers.
Especially for history buffs, we spent a couple of hours touring the ruins at our own pace, and finished up with a drop of Canterbury port in the shop where we were entertained with a mountain of extra information...

Whitstable Harbour

Whitstable 9.7 mi away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
... a traditional English seaside town, with a great choice of delicious seafood restaurants (all serving ultra fresh local fish), cozy cafes and quirky pubs with the addition of numerous great art and craft shops.
What a lovely place to stroll around with craft and art stalls to browse with all vendors being helpful and friendly to the various eatery's offering fresh local caught fish and shellfish and topics of local histo...
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Crypt of St. Leonard

Hythe 18.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Hythe
The crypt houses the largest and best kept collection of bones in Great Britain and it’s well worth a visit.
On reaching the church we entered at the side and were met by a very nice knowledgeable lady who told us the history behind the bones and skulls which were stacked on shelves there.

Western Heights

Dover 13.9 mi away
#4 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Dover
Being surrounded by interesting walking trails, coupled with gorgeous views, finding the fort is a delightful challenge and when finally discovered its’size and bearing are awe inspiring.
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.

Belmont House and Gardens

Faversham 17.4 mi away
#1 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Faversham
Guided tours around the house and a visit to the awesome clock collection, great formal gardens and sunken pond, one of the best walled vegetable, fruit and flower gardens in the area, great cafe and walks across...
The tour was excellent and if you like history, art and amazing clocks, then its well worth paying for the house tour.

Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay 6.3 mi away
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
The cartoonists artwork was still on display which was fun, and the local knitting/crochet group had livened up the railings with their fun fish, mermaids, etc. Lovely to have a ride on the carousel, while the fai...
great place to visit lots to do for the kids lots of sights to see clean beaches bins emptied all the time lots of motor bikes I'm the summer shop around for ice cream as some places are expensive sometimes have b...
#7 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This is what welcomes you as you turn left, going south on the main road coming from the Canterbury West train station (located north of the city - rather confusing): the gorgeous towers presiding over the city, w...
... include gaps designed for aiming guns (rather than arrows) and "murder holes" (for dropping hot sand, boiing liquids & the like onto marauders).Then you can enjoy Canterbury's finest view from the battlements.
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#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Chilham
This lovely old church dates back to the 12th century although it has had restoration and building done through the centuries.
From its entry in the Domesday book to the prayers written by the village children, this church is a potted history of England.

Deal's Old Town

Deal 9.5 mi away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Deal
It has a old worldly atmosphere reminiscent of a quaint Cornish fishing village with narrow streets, lovely old houses and some atmospheric pubs- my favourite being the Prince Albert
... over many year's,Particularly the sea front and middle street.A bustling high street with bar's and place's to eat and design shops.I't has a lovely pier to take a nice stroll,and deal castle as an attraction.

Margate Tudor House

Margate 7.8 mi away
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Margate
It is a two story building with very low doorways and a steep spiral staircase to the upstairs, but it is a real gem, full of interesting displays and with courteous and friendly volunteers, one of whom delivered...
He played some music of the period for us and showed us the fantastic replica costumes that have been lovingly handmade upstairs.

The Buttermarket

Canterbury 7.5 mi away
#9 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Within its center is a memorial to the war dead which brings the loss of life in the wars of this past century into focus and serves as a focal point for people who are looking to meet up before a tour.
It must be really gorgeous around Xmas with the stunning architecture and cobbled streets.