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  • Romney Marsh

    Smuggling was once a popular pastime on Romney Marsh and still retains an air of mystery and romance. Discover its secrets – explore its beautiful Norman and medieval churches, unspoilt country pubs and wildlife havens for heron, kingfisher and the large and vociferous Romney Marsh frog. Watch for unusual migrants in the remote wilds of the Dungeness Nature Reserve, or climb to the top of the old lighthouse.You may be seduced by the golden sands at Dymchurch but don’t miss out on the enchanting Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch miniature steam railway which puffs, in places, beside the Royal Military Canal, built, with the Martello Towers, to repel Napoleonic invaders. On the hills above, elephants, lions and rhino roam at the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, while at Woodchurch, spring lambs frolic happily at the South of England Rare Breeds Centre.
    Here are isolated churches from medieval times. Miles of winding lanes, quiet and level with long views across unspoilt countryside, make walking and cycling a real pleasure. Centuries-old village inns offer a warm welcome - and tales of local legend and history, too. Some people describe the Marsh as wild and desolate - the sixth continent.
  • Romney Marsh Wartime Collection

    Romney Marsh Wartime Collection
    Incorporating Brenzett Aeronautical Museum Trust
    The Romney Marsh Wartime Collection is a unique collection of wartime equipment, remains recovered from aircraft crash sites and memorabilia collected and donated to the Museum since its formation in 1972.
    The Museum has a Bomb Disposal equipment display and a Barnes Wallis Dambuster Bomb on display outside.
    OPENING TIMES Weekends and Bank Holidays Only
    5th April 2014 to end of October 11.00am to 5.30pm
    Adults £4.00, OAPs £3.00, Children Under 16 Free
  • Dungeness B Power Station Visitor Centre

    Dungeness B Power Station has an award winning visitor centre. The centre gives the opportunity for members of the public to enjoy the interactive exhibition zone and embark on a guided site tour to see the plant in operation.
    The centre has been designed to capture the imagination of children and adults alike. Everyone is very welcome to attend during the centre's opening hours.
    Opening Hours: The visitor centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm. No pre-booking is required and entry is free of charge.
    Guided Tours: The centre also offers guided tours of the power station. These must be pre-booked at least three weeks in advance. The walking tour of the site can take about 1½ hours to complete and takes in lifts, narrow corridors and in some cases stairways.
  • Lydd Town Museum

    Lydd Town Museum was created in 1979 to reflect the uniqueness of Lydd and to gather as much information as possible about this historic town and the area in which it is located. The museum reflects much of the history of the area and offers an interesting insight into what is a fascinating part of Kent. The museum caters for many subjects of historical interest, including the Fire Service, the Army and the Royal Flying Corps, Lighthouses, Fishing at Dungeness, Farming and many of the other local activities and events that have taken place in and around Lydd.
    The Museum is run entirely by volunteers and is under the custody and control of the Friends of Lydd.
    The Old Fire Station, Queens Road, Lydd, Romney Marsh, Kent TN29 9HL
    The Museum will be open from 2:30 pm until 5:00 pm on the days listed below.
    Easter - April 19th, 20th and 21st
    May 3rd, 4th and 5th.
    May 24th, 25th and 26th
    Lydd Club Day - June 21st.
    Daily from July 20th until September 14th.
    Then week-ends only until October 26th
    On Sunday 20th July we will hold the official opening for the season, at 2 pm, with a short service in the museum, followed by teas in the Hardy Hall, Skinner Road, Lydd.
    A charge of £3 will be made for tea tickets.
    All are welcome to either or both events.
    We open additionally for any groups, however small.
    Entry to the museum is FREE, although a donation would be very much appreciated.
  • Model Railway Exhibition

    The Model Railway Exhibition is at the New Romney Station of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR). The main exhibition is a HO/OO gauge layout featuring trains that depict expresses, freight-trains and branch operations from all over Europe and from different periods in time. The layout is 35 years old and is run by switches in the track that are activated by magnets under each of the trains. Detailed stations, factories, sidings and landscapes complete the picture.
    The walls of the museum feature the RH&DR story in words and pictures, as well as posters from the railways past, pictures of special events and of the locomotives in days gone by.
    You will find several small gauge steam locomotives, examples of different gauge model railway sets and some of the trains that used to run-around the museum on the original O gauge layout, that was replaced by the current model in 1978, when it was known as Model Land.
    The Exhibition at New Romney Station is open from 10.00am until the last train leaves for Hythe during the season and on operating days, and on weekdays (10.00am until 2.00pm) when the railway is closed.
    Entry to the Exhibition is £2.00 for adults and £1.00 for children.
  • New Romney Old School

    The Old School in New Romney forms an important part of the Town’s history, culture and continued social activity. It also houses the Town’s Museum, providing an interesting insight into the history of this fascinating area. The museum displays a variety of historic items from New Romney and the Romney Marsh.
    Opening Hours
    The Museum is open from 2pm to 4pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month.
  • Brockhill Country Park

    The park is rich in wildlife, including marbled white butterflies, green woodpeckers and carpets of snowdrops. It is also a Site of Nature Conservation Interest, and has three distinctive areas to explore: the Deer Paddock is an attractive grassy area featuring trees such as the walnut and the variegated sycamore, while The Lake is a shady oasis for wildlife fringed with overhanging trees, where ducks can be found paddling around its edges.
  • RHDR - Railway

    For the past 87 years the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway has been an integral part of the landscape of the Romney Marsh. Known as “Kent’s Mainline in Miniature”, a World Famous one-third full size Steam & Diesel locomotives have powered their way along the 13½ miles of track from the Cinque Port town of Hythe, terminating in Dungeness; a National Nature Reserve and one of the largest shingle landscapes in the world. With 4 stations in between, all within walking distance of a beach, our railway provides you with an opportunity to explore this unique corner of Kent.
  • The Royal Military Canal

    The Royal Military Canal at Hythe Kent is a declared historic monument, and enjoys a tourism Green flag award.
    Constructed before the age of Steam, over 200 years ago, the canal was dug by hand by an army of Engineers and Prisoners of War. As a defence against invasion.
    Created in a time of conflict, the canal is now an oasis of peace and quiet, a haven for bird life and flora totalling 26 miles across South Kent.
  • Hythe Museum

    Housed in Oaklands, adjoining the public library in Stade Street, the museum comprises 3 rooms stocked full of local interest items relating to the town and port of Hythe. The rooms are themed as ‘Story of Hythe’, ‘History of the Small Arms School’ (an important presence in the town from 1853 until 1968) and the ‘Civic History of the Town and Cinque Port’. The majority of items have been donated by local people, or those who have past links with the town.  Much of the material not on display is held in secure stores, and will be used from time to time.  The Town’s important collection of Archives, dating back to the Charter of 1278 are now housed at the Kent History and Library Centre in Maidstone.
    Entrance to the Museum is free, with full access for the disabled.  Monday – Friday 9.00am – 6.00pm and Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm.
  • Hythe Swimming Pool

    Hythe Swimming Pool has an exciting programme of swimming activities for all ages and abilities
    Early Morning Swims - Senior Sessions - Adult Only Session - Family Sessions - Lane Swimming - AquaFit Classes - Atlantis Swimming - Lessons For All Ages - Pool Parties - Swimming Galas - Hythe Aqua Swimming Club - Water Polo - Synchronised Swimming - Diving - Snorkelling - Personal Survival
    The main swimming pool is 25m x 11m and the dedicated teaching pool (baby pool) is 9.5m x 4.5m
  • Sound Mirrors

    On the roughs above Hythe in Kent, on Ministry of Defence land, stands a 30 foot high concrete ear. Borne on a frame of umbrella-shaped iron rods, the disc is angled towards the sky, ready to catch any sounds that come its way. The sound mirror looks out over the flat expanse of Romney Marsh, and miles out to sea (France is just 23 miles away).
  • Port Lympne Animal Park

    The Howletts and Port Lympne wild animal, safari and wildlife parks are the UK based sites for endangered animal conservation. Unlike ordinary zoos, these parks allow visitors to see conservation in action, providing kids, families and adults alike with a wide variety of ‘Totally Wild’ fun days out, packed with exciting activities for the whole family.

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