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Margate in itself is an iconic seaside spot, known to have some of the best sunsets in the world. Over the last couple of years, Old Town has been having a renaissance. It now hosts many interesting vintage shops, modern galleries, bohemian restaurants and lively bars.
This is where everyone flocks to . Home to the Turner Contemporary , Vintage stores and beach front eateries .
An arty area with shops full of vintage treasures, cute bars and restaurants, often with live music and the Turner Contemporary art gallery. Easy to get to by car, public transport or 50 minute walk across the fields.
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“Run entirely by volunteers if you have time you should really check this out. Full of interesting facts, photos and relics of Margate past. Around £2 entry and with an extra £1 or £2 you can get into the Tudor House, too!”
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“Beautiful art deco cinema just along the seafront from Margate (5 minute drive). Also has a lovely cafe. ”
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“Can always accommodate and great with kids. Food is consistently very good. Fab kids menu. ”
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“Have you been dreaming of a fab day out for all the family? Dreamland is the place for you! There are so many rides for the whole group to enjoy, ranging from merry-go-rounds to the amazing Teddy and Betty Land. When you've been on absolutely all the rides you can muster, get your skates and head down to the Retro Roller Room for a wheely good disco session, with a great atmosphere! Then when you're ready, climb aboard the Dreamland Ark and meet the park's resident fluffy rabbits, mysterious reptiles and much more. Let your little ones explore the wonders of the Octopus's Garden, what will they discover in the circus tent, beach huts and arts and crafts shed? Help your youngest continue their voyage as they venture into the giant play zone, filled with huge climbing frames, cargo nets and sand pits. When you get tired from all that activity grab a quick bite from one of the parks many yummy restaurants and cafes, serving everything from tasty fish bites to delicious pizza.”
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“Discovered in 1835, Margate's Shell Grotto is an astonishing find; 21 metres of winding passages decorated with 4.6 million shells. The walls are covered in images of gods and goddesses, trees of life and patterns of whelks, mussels and oysters. Some think it is an ancient Pagan grotto, others that it is simply an ornate Regency folly; but with no definitive explanation or history, the Shell Grotto is Kent's greatest mystery. Grotto Hill, Margate CT9 2BU”
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