Activities and Attractions
Tourist Information Tel:01303 258594
The Leas Cliff Hall Tel:01303 228 600
Popular entertainment venue often featuring well known artists and a range of shows.
The Quarterhouse Tel:01303 858 500
Folkestone’s new entertainments and events venue has facilities for performing arts productions, concerts, comedy nights and festivals.
The Folkestone Warren Tel:01303 274806
An area of historic woodlands and chalk cliffs, home to various wildlife, wild flowers and dramatic walks.
Samphire Hoe Tel:01303 274806
A unique site made from materials dug to make the Channel Tunnel. Home to a variety of plants and wildlife plus scenic walks and sea fishing.
Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Tel:01797 362353
First opened to traffic in July 1927 as the ‘world’s smallest public railway’ and now covering a distance of 13.5 miles from the picturesque Cinque Port of Hythe to the fishermens’ cottages at Dungeness.
Brenzett Aeronautical Museum Tel:01797 320077
The museum houses a unique collection of wartime equipment and memorabilia, as well as a range of exhibitions depicting how life was in wartime Britain.
Folkestone Museum & Art Gallery Tel:01303 256710
A wide range of exhibits from the Roman and Anglo-Saxon period to the Napoleonic era. There is also a gallery housing comtemporary art and sculpture.
Folkestone Coastal Park Tel:01303 852322
The Coastal Park is a popular amenity and includes a cycle route, an amphitheatre and children’s play area.
Battle of Britain Museum Tel:01303 893140
Houses the most important collection of Battle of Britain artefacts on show in the country, including aircraft, military vehicles and weaponry.
Elham Valley Railway Tel:01303 273690
Step back in time to the 1930’s and explore the golden age of the railway through local history, artefacts and memorabilia, set in pleasant garden surroundings.
Folkestone Racecourse Tel:0870 220 0023
Folkestone is the only racecourse in Kent and offers both Flat and National Hunt meetings throughout the year.