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Places To Visit

When it comes to the perfect holiday accommodation service, we believe local knowledge is key. We remain passionate about Thanet and what it has to offer throughout the year. Below we have presented just some of many places to visit in Thanet.

When you book with us, we will also provide you with a digital guidebook with plenty more suggestions including, restaurants, bars, cafes and activities.

Dreamland Heritage Theme Park & Events Venue

The beating heart of Margate and just a stone’s throw from the beach, Dreamland is a world-class visitor attraction with fun for the whole family available all year round. The incredible amusement park features vintage, family and thrill rides, music venues, world-class entertainment and so much more. Strap on some roller skate at the brilliant Roller Disco, or get interactive with art exhibits and special events, all alongside your classic seaside food and drink favourites at the bars and dining options.

Ramsgate Tunnels

The tour starts with a short film show in a 150-year-old Victorian Railway Tunnel before heading off to see purpose-built Air Raid Precaution tunnels where thousands took shelter and lived under the town of Ramsgate.

  • Hear about the “Mad Mayor” who saved the town
  • Discover how the tunnels were built
  • See where a town below the town evolved
  • Listen to stories of life underground

Broadstairs Town & Viking Bay

Explore the award-winning Blue Flag sandy beaches; a unique variety of independent shops in the traditional High Street of Broadstairs. Dine in a wide range of tasty restaurants and lively bars. Broadstairs Town has everything for a delightful stay - at any time of the year.

Quex Park Estate & Powell Cotton Museum

The Powell-Cotton Museum offers an exciting, fun and interactive day out for all. Discover awesome taxidermy animals in our natural history galleries. Explore African and Asian cultures with our amazing collection of art and archaeology. Wander through seven acres of gardens, stroll along woodland walks and Victorian walled garden filled with unusual plants. You can also explore the animal farm and play mini golf.

Ramsgate Town and Royal Harbour

One of the Royal Cinque Ports with a stunning marina scattered with restaurants and lively bars, visit night or day. Ramsgate also has the largest Wetherspoons in England, The Royal Victoria Pavilion. It is a Grade ll Victorian building and is also situated on the harbour, with a terrace overlooking the beach.

Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary is an art gallery in Margate, intended as a contemporary art space and catalyst for the regeneration of the town. The title commemorates the association of the town with noted landscape painter J.M.W. Turner, who went to school there, and visited throughout his life.

Margate Old Town and Sands

One of the oldest Seaside resorts in the country. Here you will find the famous sandy beach of Margate with buzzing arcades along the sea front. The old town is full of funky shops, tasty restaurants, unique bars and pubs.

Margate Caves

The Caves have been welcoming visitors since 1863. Originally dug as a chalk mine in the 18th century it went largely forgotten for over 100 years before being rediscovered and restored for personal recreation and then, eventually, as a tourist attraction.

Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum

This is Memorial Museum situated on one of the very few surviving airfields which participated in the Battle of Britain. Today the Museum continues to commemorate the brave people who served in defence of our country through displaying the aircraft and objects they used as well as telling their stories. Central to the display are the iconic Spitfire Mk XVI and Hurricane Mk IIc which can be visited for free by the public. There is also a Spitfire Simulator, visitors can even experience what it is like to fly high powered WWII fighters from the safety of the ground.