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What’s Local

Fancy playing some Crazy Golf visiting a Museum, Zoo, Swimming or just doing some other free activities such as walks around the coast or a park visit that will enhance your trip to give you and your family some ideas of whats you can do in Thanet.  Look no further and check out the list below!

If you would like to add an activity to What’s Local this list then please click contact us.

Jetski World

Jetski world and The Jetski Cafe are non member organisations. therefore anyone is welcome if your in to Jetski’s then this is for you

Sea Searcher Boat Trips

Sea Searcher Boat Trips
provide boat services for sightseeing trips, seal and wildlife watching tours, sea angling and boat fishing charters, as well as boat chartering for film and television, safety boat, and work boat services. Located in Ramsgate's Royal Harbour, on the East Kent coast.

Fort Hill Fire Beacon
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On top of Fort Hill in Margate is a fire beacon in the area that Margate Battery once stood (which consisted of 2 x 6-inch Mk VII guns on naval mountings)

the Beacon is now missing the ‘basket’ at the top and has no sign either.

 

Google Map Link
Ramsgate Tunnels

Experience Life Underground in a Frontline Town.
As the second World War approached, Ramsgate Borough Council embarked on ambitious but controversial plans to create a network of Deep Shelter tunnels linking to a former Railway Tunnel which would provide shelter for 60,000 people. Despite initial resistance from government the plan was finally given the go ahead and the network was formally opened by The Duke of Kent on 1st June 1939.

The Grange Ramsgate

The Grange in Ramsgate, Kent, on the coast in southern England was the home of the Victorian architect and designer August Pugin. It was designed by him in the Victorian Gothic style and is a Grade I listed building

Memorial – First World War (1914-1918)

This is a unique stone circular fountain on an unusual four-stepped base, its not very well known and most people pass by it without knowing what it is there for.

If you are near and interested then take a quick look. Map Link

Memorial Address:
Lewis Crescent
Cliftonville
Margate

 

 

Bing Maps Link
Revolution Skatepark
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Revolution Skatepark first opened early in 1998 due to the high demand from Skateboarders, Inliners and BMX’ers from all over Kent. It has been designed to suit all levels of ability and ages. Challenging, without compromising safety.

 

Margate Museum

The Museum is in a Heritage & Listed building and as such is not DDA compliant.
Ground floor is accessible once the two steps at the entrance are negotiated. Volunteers are available to help. Upstairs, the magistrates court, is accessible only by those who are able to climb a flight of stairs
Margate Museum,
Market Place,
Margate Old Town,
Margate CT9 1ER

01843 231 213
Monkton Nature Reserve

This East Kent reserve is set in 16 beautiful acres of abandoned chalk quarry, which has been dramatically reclaimed by nature. It features many important habitats, fascinating geology and rare orchids. We also house the Thanet Observatory and the first artificial bat cave built in the UK. Facilities include a well equipped field centre with a large bookshop and picnic site 

The Field Study CentreMonkton Nature ReserveMonkton RamsgateKENT CT12 4LH

01843 822666
Bugsys
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At Bugsys you can Bowl or play American pool, snooker or even table tennis (no membership required) while enjoying a drink in the Sports Bar which has a large screen TV.

 

http://www.bugsys.info