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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Canoe and Kayak Hire
Enjoyable, safe & fun on the river for families and friends with Canoe and Kayak courses for individuals and friends, schools, groups and Duke of Edinburgh award.
Grove Country Park & Picnic Site
Located on the River Stour footpath and cycle track opposite the George and Dragon Public House, King St, Fordwich, Kent CT2 0DB
Originally designed as a pleasure garden, Tivoli Park has in recent years been left to its own devices and is now a designated nature reserve. Tivoli Woods at the south eastern end of the park has mature trees and a several pathways running through it, as well as lots of wildlife, including woodpeckers and parakeets.
Swings and a small rock wall are in the park area
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.
Ramsgate Royal Harbour
You must visit the arches with many businesses beginning to thrive among the boats and sights of the area. Then wait until the evening and you will see the lights and sights that offer you a different view, meanwhile, the businesses continue to entertain the visitor.
Royal Harbour Marina with is in a unique location. It is a matchless setting, both on the water and off. Situated just 35 miles from the French coast, The Marina is on the doorstep of the continent. This connection is reflected in the cosmopolitan cafes and bars lining our picturesque waterfront.
All Saints Church, Margate The original 1890s build is in a late 13th-century Gothic style.
Postcode: CT9 5QP.
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