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  • St Marys Bay

    St Mary's Bay has a long sandy beach which stretches north to Dymchurch and south to Littlestone-on-Sea, attracting many thousands of visitors each year.
    The beach provides safe bathing for most people with its fine sandy beach that goes out about half mile at low tide.
  • St Mary The Virgin

    The Church of St Mary the Virgin lies in the heart of St Mary in the Marsh, next to the local public house, The Star, and a few houses.
    It is probable that there was a Saxon church on the site originally known as "Siwold's Circe". This was superseded after the Norman invasion by a stone built church with a splendid three tier tower of Kentish ragstone.
  • Romney Warren Country Park

    Romney Warren Country Park
    Local Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre Dymchurch Road St. Mary's Bay Romney Marsh Kent TN28 8AY
  • RHDR - Railway - St Mary's Bay

    The Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR) is a small gauge light railway which runs for about 13.5 miles from Hythe via Dymchurch, St. Mary's Bay, New Romney and Romney Sands (for Greatstone) to Dungeness.
    Dymchurch is served by Dymchurch Station, about 5 mins walk from the High Street. The station is located in Station Road, off Mill Road which leads off the roundabout at the south end of the High Street.
    Apart from a regular service, the RH&DR has many special events throughout the year, including trips with Thomas the Tank Engine and Steam Driver Experience Days.
    St Mary's Bay Station Jefferstone Lane St. Mary's Bay Romney Marsh Kent TN29 0SG
  • RHDR - Dymchurch Station

    The Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR) is a small gauge light railway which runs for about 13.5 miles from Hythe via Dymchurch, St. Mary's Bay, New Romney and Romney Sands (for Greatstone) to Dungeness.
    Dymchurch is served by Dymchurch Station, about 5 mins walk from the High Street. The station is located in Station Road, off Mill Road which leads off the roundabout at the south end of the High Street.
    Apart from a regular service, the RH&DR has many special events throughout the year, including trips with Thomas the Tank Engine and Steam Driver Experience Days.
    Dymchurch Station Station Road Dymchurch Romney Marsh Kent TN29 0PJ
  • Martello Tower No. 25

    Martello Tower No 25 is located in the Dymchurch Martello car park just as you enter Dymchurch on the A259 from New Romney. It is unused and closed up.
  • Dymchurch Family Amusements

    Dymchurch Family Amusement Park - Rides and Attractions.
    M.W Amusements is a children's amusement park situated in Dymchurch High Street with direct access to the beach.
    With a selection of children's rides, including the Jumpin' Star, T-Cups and the Dymchurch Dodgems, arcades and an on-site cafe, a fun day out for all the family.
    20 High Street Dymchurch Romney Marsh Kent TN29 0NG
  • Martello Tower No. 24

    Martello Tower No 24 is located between Dymchurch High Street and the beach. It has been fully restored and is open to the public by prior appointment. Please 01304 211067 (Dover Castle) to arrange a visit. If you wish to arrange an educational visit eg for school children, please 01483 252013 (English Heritage) for details.
  • New Hall Museum

    New Hall Museum - Exhibits of Local History New Hall Close Dymchurch Romney Marsh Kent TN290LF
  • Haguelands

    Meet the Alpacas, take cookery classes, ride on a tractor trailer around the farm, sample delicious fresh Kent produce in the Bistro and sample any of our amazing local produce from our extensive Farm Shop. Kent’s largest Maize Maze (Open July, August & September).
    There is so much on offer at Haguelands Village including Haguelands Maize Maze, Fun Yard and Paintballing for all to enjoy.
    Including Faye Trimmings Hair Salon offering high quality service at reasonable prices. Farm Shop which sells a wide variety of local produce and goodies, the Fish Market, Alpaca Annie selling high quality goodies made from our lovely Alpacas fleece, Channel Radio.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • RHDR - Railway Hythe

    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

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