Find the best Tourist Attractions in Deal and Dover as recommended by local Deal and Dover people in thebestof Deal and Dover's Tourist Attractions directory.
The Deal Memorial Bandstand was built to comemorate the lives of the 11 young Royal Marine musicians who died in 1989.A programme of free summer music concerts on Sundays are enjoyed by visitors and locals to the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area who picnic on the green and listen to the bands.
Vivian S said
We love to go to the Band concerts at Deal. Yesterday the 10th July was very special to rededecate the bandstand in memory of the 11 musicians who were killed on September 22nd 1989. The Royal Marines Band were superb There were thousands attending. It was a great day and so very moving and to see and hear from many Deal people how dedicated they all are and supportive of those families and the wounded who also came. An event like this makes me proud to be English. Thank you Deal.
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The Roman Painted House in Dover is one if the most unique and interesting tourist attractions in the Dover Deal and Sandwich Kent area.Providing a Facinating insight into our local history.
Richard A said
The Roman House at Dover had proved itself a site of international interest, both for tourists and for all students studying the Roman World. So far more than 600,000 visitors have been welcomed, including numerous foreign groups and school parties. In 1986 the Queen Mother spent a whole afternoon in the Painted House. The modest admission charges prove very good value for money and some of those who discovered the site are still working there and sometimes give lectures.
The Secret Gardens of Sandwich are a unique and truly stunning tourist attraction that should be high on any visitors list of places they must visit in the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area.
Katy L said
The tea room at the gardens is truly a marvellous find. They do cream teas of the highest quality that come on beautiful cake stands just like at the Savoy. As a cream tea addict I can definately say this is the best one in Sandwich and probably beyond.
Happy Walkers Walking Group, is a great way to keep fit, stay fit meet people and have fun, whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery, tourist attractions and walks in the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area.
Jane L said
Well Done Alan for organising what has turned out to be a very popular walking festival and for getting stage Coach to sponosr the event - Genius!
The White Cliffs Ramblers are one of the largest walking charities in the UK working for walkers, helping you discover beautiful walks and tourist attractions in and around the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area.
John G said
What a great group of people - and such lovely walks. Anyone interested in walking in White Cliffs country should seriously consider coming along to one or two of their walks to see if it is for you.
Enjoy the beautiful walks around the Western Heights via the Grand Shaft in Dover Kent. Admire the stunning views of the Deal Dover Sandwich Kent area from one of Dover's most spectacular tourist attractions.
Jo B said
Spectacular views amazing!
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Dover Museum is home to the oldest Bronze Age Boat in the UK. This faciniating tourist attraction can be seen inside Dover Museum and entry is free to residents of the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area.
Sharon M said
When I have friends to stay I usually take them to see the Bronze Age boat and the Saxon burial display. They commented that it was fascinating to discover how much history lies just under our feet in Dover.
The Sandwich Guildhall Museum is a fascinating tourist atttraction in the heart of Sandwich town, close to Deal and Dover Kent, providing visitors with a real taste of life in medieval Sandwich!
Dean L said
A chance visit to this superb local museum, what a shame it is not used by more schools.
Fishing is part of Deal in Kent's heritage and a major tourist attraction for the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area, attracting keen fishermen from all over the UK and beyond. The Deal Angling Club 1919, situated on the Marina in Deal over looking the Sandwich to Dover coastand has over 750 fishermen of all ages both boys and girls, men and women as it's members. If you love fishing, then Deal is the place to come. Deal's award winning Pier where many of the prestigeous fishing competitions that are held in the town take place, is a popular tourist attraction
Stephanie H said
The Angling CLub hosts the annual Christmas Lights auction and it makes a great venue. Convenient, easy to find and a bar facility - what more can you ask for?
Step Back in Time at The White Mill Rural Heritage Centre in the heart of the medieval town of Sandwich close to Deal and Dover in Kent. This fabulous tourist attraction provides a tatse of life at a proper working mill, you can see a blacksmiths forge, living quarters, and of course, the Mill itself, one of the best interactive museum experiences available in the Dover district.
Paul L said
Its great this little museum has been so painstakingly preserved and all by local volunteers. Our daughter was fascinated to see the crafts people used to do and the houses they used to live in. I would definitely recommend a visit.
Visit Jasins Restaurant- Cafe - Bar, a fabulous tourist attraction at the end of Deal Pier winning a national award for architecture in 2009 a popular landmark on the Dea,l Dover, Sandwich Kent coast.
alun l said
We found this great looking place that serves fantastic tasting and interesting cuisine by chance. My photographers brother in law wanted to take a picture of the sun setting over Deal in the Autumn - so down to the end of the pier and there was this exciting looking building. Took the pix and then got stuck into the menu - and with excellent and cheery service we had a meal to remember while watching the spectacular sunset. Now we have to go back and try the famous breakfast with the rising sun ..... after all the Independent rated the location and food as one of the best 50 in UK. And they are not wrong.
Visit the Crabble Corn Mill in Dover close to Deal and Sandwich, Kent's only working watermill. Book a guided tour around this facinating tourist attraction and see the Mills demonstrations, ideal for educational visitis where you will learn much about Dovers life in the 17th Century.
Joise G said
really good place to visit and see how bread is made. It was also fun to lean about sayings we use like keep your nose to the grind stone and where they came from!
The Pines Calyx is a unique and innovative tourist attraction in the heart of St Margarets Bay close to the Deal Dover and Sandwich Kent area.It is an ideal venue to explore the natural beauty of the White Cliffs area and discover its rich history.
The venue is phenomenal! there's nothing quite like it. The service provided for my wedding however felt a little slung together and the food was dreadful. The beef was so chewy we had a guest choke on it, roast potatoes were hard, Yorkshire puddings were burnt and the Eton mess was inedible. quite devastating in hindsight.
The Pines Garden of St Margarets at Cliffe - simply some of the most beautiful Gardens and tourist attractions in the Dover Deal and Sandwich Kent area.
JANE L said
I have been bringing my little girl here for over 10 years and love to watch the seasons change the colours of the garden.She has loved to sit beside the lake and watch as the enormous brightly coloured dragon flies settle on her hands.We have played great games of hide and seek among the trees , had fun in the grass maze and invented all sorts of games in the roundel at the top of the garden.This is a favourite place for all our family, one visit will have you hooked too!
The Time Ball Tower in Deal is a fabulous Tourist attraction standing tall and proud on the seafront in Deal over looking the coastline from Sandwich to Dover.One of only three working Timeball Towers left in the world, this facinating piece of history is well worth a visit .
Marlene B said
A visit to the timeball tower on Deal seafront is an experience within a unique building. Deal's timeball is one of only four operational in the world. It's an iconic landmark seen from the sea and land and from the air. The mechanism is now automated with the ball dropping between 9am and 5pm when the tower is open for visitors from Easter until September. The museum houses many different types of clocks and time keeping instruments. This building represents a bygone era and is well worth a visit for all ages.
Dover Castle and the Secret Wartime Tunnels are one of the most fascinating tourist attractions along the Deal Dover and Sandwich Coast. Discover what life was really like in war time Britain on a guided tour of the war time tunnels.
Jane L said
One of the most beautiful castles there is especially at night when its all lit up. The war time tunnels have been well preserved to give us a taste of the true horrors of war and what life was really like - a very sobering experience and one all students studying this period of history should take advanteg of.