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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!

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Mecca Bingo

Mecca Bingo, think bingo at its best, then add a great big helping of more! if your in to bingo then its worth popping in for a chance to win or loose =D

http://www.meccabingo.com
All Saints Church

All Saints Church, Margate The original 1890s build is in a late 13th-century Gothic style.
Postcode: CT9 5QP.

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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

Genting Casino

For a night out in Margate visit Genting Casino, it offers all of your favourite casino games including American Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker and Electronic Roulette.

(0) 184 322 5248
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.

Shell Grotto

you’ll find 4.6 million shells, 2000sqft of mosaic and one big mystery! Awe-inspiring… a truly major national site.

 

Shell Grotto
Quex Park
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Quex Park is a unique country Park of 250 acres, within the Park there is a Childrens Indoor and Outdoor Play Centre (Jungle Jims), a Craft Village, a Garden Nursery (The Secret Garden), Quex Park Livery, a Falconry Centre, a Farmshop and Restaurant (Quex Barn) and in the summer, a giant Maize Maze and of course the Museum.

 

Quex Park
Wingham  Wildlife Park

When you come to visit us here at Wingham Wildlife Park fully expect to receive a warm welcome from all of the resident animals that live at the park.

 

Friend to all Nations

The Friend to all Nations was the second surfboat stationed at Margate for maritime rescue. She entered service on 6 July 1878 and was retired after being damaged in a storm on 30 November 1898. She became famous for a failed rescue in the great storm of 1897, during which 9 of her 13 crew were lost.

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St Augustine’s Cross
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This 19th-century cross of Saxon design marks what is traditionally thought to have been the site of St Augustine's landing on the shores of England in AD 597. Accompanied by 30 followers, Augustine is said to have held a mass here before moving on.