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What's on Locally?


The gem that is Whitstable, with it’s harbour, oyster fisheries, galleries, and boutique shops is a vibrant, characterful and refreshing town, and shopping and eating out locally never presented a more tempting choice of quality and style.

Seasalter has been a popular holiday destination for decades and as the tide goes out, Seasalter flats are revealed where holidaymakers stroll with the dog or search for shellfish to cook for supper.

Look across Whitstable Bay to the Isle of Sheppey at dusk and you'll probably be treated to one of the area's legendary sunsets. In fact, local brewer Shepherd Neame have used the Whitstable Bay name for their popular organic ale.



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Tankerton Beach scoops Quality Coast Award. The scheme, run by Keep Britain Tidy also recognised beaches at nearby Herne Bay and Reculver for their high standards of management.

Whitstable Oyster Festival 2017 - July 22nd - 24th. More details
here

Whitstable Biennale Performance & Art Festival returns in June 2018. Read all about it.



 

Druidstone Wildlife Park, Blean || Open year round - times vary

Druidstone is a beautiful haven for relaxation, away from the everyday hustle and bustle, where children can play and discover in a safe and rural environment. More

About 4 miles from the park.

Macknade Fine Foods, Faversham || Open all year

Macknade Fine Foods is an unforgettable experience that will plunge you taste buds first into the world of fine foods ... specialist coffees & teas, fine wines, beers, cheese, meats and fresh, fresh fruit & veg ... all selected and sourced directly from the producer. More info. .

About 4 miles from the park.

Whitstable Museum || Open throughout the year

Whitstable's unique coastal community and seafaring traditions are the main themes of the town's lively museum; with special features on oysters, diving and shipping. This fascinating collection - with frequent new additions - gives townspeople and their visitors an idea of why Whitstable is here, and how it . . . more

About 2 miles from the park.

Harbour Gallery, Whitstable || Opening times vary

The Harbour Gallery is in the heart of Whitstable, famed for sunsets, oysters, atmosphere, it's harbour and excellent restaurants. The Gallery was opened in 1997 to compliment the established framing business in the town. Known for their wide range of local, national and international works of art and sculpture, they display work to suit . . . More

About 2 ½ miles from the park.

The Sportsman Inn, Seasalter || Open all year

With recommendations from the Observer, Sainsbury's, and the Independent, at the Sportsman you're assured a fisrt class eating experience in a simple and relaxed setting with an emphasis on localy sourced quality produce. More info here.

About 2 miles from the park.

Mount Ephraim Gardens || Easter to late September

The gardens were laid out in the early 1900s, but after wartime neglect were substantially restored  more

About 4 miles from the park.

South Swale Nature Reserve, Seasalter || All Year

Visit on a warm sunny day and it buzzes with the sound of grasshoppers, skylarks, reed warbler and breeding redshank. Amongst the reeds you might hear . . . more

About 2½ miles from the park.

Shepherd Neame Brewery Tours, Faversham || All Year

With a natural supply of pure water and surrounded by fields that are ideal for growing hops, it is hardly surprising that Faversham is famous for beer and home to Britain's oldest brewer . . .more

About 6 miles from the park.


Canterbury Cathedral || All Year

The Cathedral's history goes back to 597AD when St Augustine, sent by Pope Gregory, established his seat in Canterbury. In 1170 Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in the Cathedral and . . .more

About 7 miles from the park.

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