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#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
a fantastic place to take photos and a great place to see a fantastic sunset and some great views of the night sky
... be put off!) this is a great place to visit- right on the sea, with surviving walls of the 4th century Roman Saxon Shore fort and the iconic towers of a mediaeval Chuch built on the site of a Saxon monastery.
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
well worth the visit, the Pier is up and coming and has some lovely little individual `beach house shops`, on a warm summer day stop and have a tea from one of the huts there and enjoy the beautiful views
A lot shorter than it was in the 1800's, (the old pierhead sits abandoned 1km out to sea, so bring your binoculars for a good view of an old piece of history), but it is still a great place to visit.
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
A perfect place to enjoy free entertainment either with hot or cold drinks, cakes or curry at a sheltered spot with a sea view.
There is often live music being played and a view of the sea to complete the lovely place
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Fabulous for walking the dog they can run around safely and lots of wildlife to watch Excellent views and plenty of areas to just sit and gaze out to sea.
Pick a bench, take a seat & enjoy the wonderful view
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Stunning Victorian Herne Bay landmark that completes the wonderful coastline.
A fantastic renovation of this iconic site on the sea front.
#6 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Neptune`s Arm is just the right place to walk out on the water so to speak, on a beautiful day the view over the sea is fantastic, then you turn and look back on the town of Herne Bay, can be a little breezy!!
A nice warm evening, quiet and full of scenic views.
#7 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Wonderful views across the bay and countryside.
That said, I visited out of season, so although I couldn't go inside, you are able to view the Mill and take some lovely photos anyway from the outside.
#8 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
However, it was worth it, lovely statue and amazing views over Herne Bay, you can just imagine the Wellington bombers(also designed by Barnes Wallis) doing a low run across the bay dropping prototype bouncing bomb...
A fitting view for a useful member of the allied team...
#9 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Visited Hampton Public House whilst out walking in the snow Great pub selling cold beers and hot drinks with excellent bar/table food Perfect location for beautiful seaside views from inside and outside seating in...
Great seating outside of the pub - go through the pub - and there is a delightful setting and sea views, on a nice day!
#10 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
Whitstable Town Centre Whitstable 7.1 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
The walk along the Promenade & shingle beach towards Tankerton is fascinating, lots of beautiful properties, brightly painted beachhuts & great sea views along the coastline.
Whitstable was Peter Cushing's abode and he enjoyed the sea walks and view across the estuary.
Whitstable Harbour Whitstable 7.0 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
Huts open with different things from paintings to food sun out beautiful views great walk great way to spend a day or weekend
Had a cracking time here during the Oyster festival, people friendly, food on the ball, sights and sounds of a working harbour at its best.
St Martin's Church Herne 2.5 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Herne
Canterbury Cathedral Canterbury 10.7 km away
#1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Located in the heart of the ancient City of Canterbury, this magnificent building gives a view back into the depths of English Christianity in the seventh century A.D. There are guided and audio tours available in...
We picked a great day for our visit to this Cathedral with the sun shining, this is a marvellous building to visit whether you have any religious views or not, the only downside for the next few years is the amoun...
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Christ Church Gate Canterbury 10.7 km away
#2 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Breathtaking View of History
It's a beautiful entrance to the historical site.
#3 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
From the well-kept lawns one can view the Marlowe theatre and the cathedral, yet they may as well be miles away, as it is an idyllic place to relax.
Both myself and my partner walked away from this small historic site feeling enlightened about the ways of the world at time of Christian pilgrimages & those trying to fast track their way to heaven !
St. Martin's Church Canterbury 10.6 km away
#4 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This Saxon church with many later additions is built on the site of a Roman temple to Siluris (the spring still wells up and floods the church occasionally), and may have been a Celtic shrine before the Romans.
Fantastic heritage site
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St. Augustine's Abbey Canterbury 10.7 km away
#5 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
There is a modern visitors centre that complements the historical site, the audio guide gives you the full story of the Abbey and it’s well worth visiting before going across to Canterbury Cathedral .
Well looked after by English Heritage and hosted by charming and enthusiastic staff, St Augustine's is one of the trio of churches that comprise the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Eastbridge Hospital Canterbury 10.6 km away
#6 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
£3 for the whole site, with an explanatory leaflet.
All Saints Church Whitstable 6.1 km away
#5 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
The church itself has been a very holy place for a long time and the site has had a place of worship since at least 1202AD.
Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint Canterbury 10.5 km away
#7 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Visited here before making way to nearby Canterbury Norman castle; massive thanks to the insightful and helpful tour guide for directions and a plethora of history behind both sites, as well as an informative chat...
... from the Canterbury West train station (located north of the city - rather confusing): the gorgeous towers presiding over the city, with views from the towers all the way to the Cathedral and further afield.
St Alphege Church Whitstable 7.1 km away
#4 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
Fordwich Town Hall Fordwich 8.3 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Fordwich
Buttermarket Canterbury 10.7 km away
#9 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
One of the iconic views in Canterbury ... and a place to take a short rest in the shade, have a pint in the Pub, a snack and Coffee in a Cafe ... and to take that essential photo of the Christchurch Gate in the ba...
It was a great way to round out our day, enjoy the sights, and relax in such a beautiful place.
Druidstone Park Blean 8.8 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Blean
The woodland area is really nice with little boards giving info about various trees with some wood sculptures dotted around...we had a pushchair which we manoeuvred easily round the whole site.
I can only imagine the negative reviews are from an adult point of view but all in all kids will love it!
Church of St Mary the Virgin Fordwich 8.4 km away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Fordwich
[free site to visit, but leaving a donation is considerate and appreciated!]
#12 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay