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More details - The Micro Museum
The Museum of Vintage Computers, Gaming and Micro Electronics. Kent’s only museum of computing history.
11 Church Hill Ramsgate

More details - Dreamland Margate
The amusement park is being re-landscaped to provide a space that brings together lovingly restored vintage rides set against a backdrop of art installations, adventurous street food, unique bars and an eclectic programme of live events.
Marine Terrace

More details - Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre
Evocatively sited amid the East Kent marshes, Richborough is perhaps the most symbolically important of all Roman sites in Britain, witnessing both the beginning and almost the end of Roman rule here.
Off Richborogh Road, Sandwich

More details - Walmer Castle and Gardens
Built during the reign of King Henry VIII and perched on the picturesque Kent coastline, Walmer Castle is one of the most fascinating visitor attractions in the South East.
Kingsdown Road, Deal

More details - Deal Castle
For a fascinating day out on the Kent coast look no further than Deal Castle. Built by the order of King Henry VIII it is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England, and among the earliest and most elaborate of a chain of coastal forts, which also includes Calshot, Camber, Walmer and Pendennis Castles.
Marine Road, Deal

More details - South Foreland Lighthouse
National Trust property: South Foreland Lighthouse - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
The Front, St Margaret’s Bay, Dover,

More details - Herne Bay Mini Golf
Herne Bay Mini Golf is an attractive, family orientated 18 hole course found right on Herne Bay’s picturesque seafront. Old or Young the course offers a challenging, yet rewarding activity to enjoy with your whole family.
139 Central Parade, Herne Bay

More details - St Augustine's Abbey
This great abbey, marking the rebirth of Christianity in southern England, was founded shortly after AD 597 by St Augustine. Originally created as a burial place for the Anglo-Saxon kings of Kent, it is part of the Canterbury World Heritage Site, along with the cathedral and St Martin’s Church.
Monastery Street, Canterbury

More details - The White Cliffs of Dover
National Trust property: The White Cliffs of Dover - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Langdon Cliffs, Upper Road, Dover,

More details - Dover Castle
Enjoy an action-packed family day out in the South East with a visit to Dover Castle, open all year round! Spectacularly situated above the White Cliffs on the Kent coastline this magnificent castle boasts a fascinating history.
Harold’s Road, Dover

More details - Curious About Canterbury?
Have fun discovering Canterbury with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Canterbury is probably best known for its cathedral, home to the principal leader of the Church of England, and an ever-present reminder on the horizon.
The Butter Market

More details - Whitstable Castle & Gardens
Whitstable Castle is set in three acres of delightfully landscaped grounds, pirate adventure playarea, and just 200m from Tankerton Beach and historic Whitstable Harbour. It is a versatile & unique venue used for weddings, conferences, meetings and education purposes.
Whitstable Castle & Gardens, Tower Hill, Whitstable, CT5 2BW

More details - Battle of Britain Memorial
This National Memorial commemorates ’The Few’ who gave their lives during the air battle of 1940. Airfix Family Make n Paint Day - 6th June 2015 Battle of Britain Memorial Day - Sunday 12th July 2015. Battle of Britain Day Service - 15th September 2015. .
New Dover Road, Capel le Ferne, Folkestone,

More details - Cinque Ports Sailing
Try out some yacht sailing near the iconic White Cliffs of Dover in view of the historic Castle, view the house where James Bond author Ian Fleming lived from the sea, sail along the coastline, or over to local marinas in France for some continental shopping or a meal in a French restaurant!
Cinque Ports Sailing, 48 Earlsfield Road, Hythe

More details - Martello Tower No.24
Martello Tower No. 24 in Dymchurch High Street was one of 74 towers built along the south coast between 1805 and 1812 to resist the threatened French invasion. It has been restored to its original design and contains replica gunpowder barrels and a 24 pounder muzzle-loading cannon on the gun platform.
High Street Dymchurch

More details - Rose St Cottage of Curiosities
Housed in a former Dockworker’s cottage built in late Victorian period, Rose St Cottage of Curiosities (Arts and Heritage Centre) promotes the history of the Isle of Sheppey through education and arts activities. Rooms are furnished with artefacts brought by Island people. Small Art Gallery.
10 Rose St, Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey

More details - Romney Marsh
Romney Marsh is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep.
Romney Marsh

More details - Romney Marsh
Romney Marsh is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep. With excellent accommodation, outstanding attractions, fine food and drink, varied walking routes and many sandy beaches, Romney Marsh is an ideal place to visit, explore and enjoy.
Romney Marsh

More details - Southchurch Hall
Southchurch Hall is a fascinating place to explore and unwind. A short walk from Southend-on-Sea’s busy seafront and High Street, the house, gardens and archaeology are a green oasis captured in time.
Southchurch Hall Gardens, Parklane, Southend-on-Sea

More details - Southend Central Museum & Planetarium
Whether you are looking to explore the stars above or the natural and local history below, join us in the discovery. Southend Central Museum is home to local history artefacts, changing specialist exhibitions and Southend Planetarium.
Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

More details - Beecroft Art Gallery
Beecroft Art Gallery brings together the best of local and historic talent, spanning fine art and costume to inspire you.
Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

More details - Prittlewell Priory
From the Cluniac Monks in the 13th Century to the Victorian Scratton family, who were the last people to live in this wonderful home, Prittlewell Priory has seen much change through the years. Discover the stories within this beautiful monastery, set in delightful gardens and parkland.
Priory Park, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

More details - Open Museum
The Walton Maritime Museum features the heritage of Walton-on-Naze. There are also special exhibitions:- "Walton at War" and "150th Anniversary of Walton -on-Naze Railway Station".
The Old Lifeboat House, East Terrace,Walton-on-Naze

More details - Smallhythe Place
National Trust property: Smallhythe Place - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Smallhythe, Tenterden,

More details - Ellinors Fun Drum
The ultimate destination for soft play. Fun Drum offers a safe and caring environment for children to play, exercise and socialise.
Elm Court Village capstone Rd Gillingham

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