Discover the best top things to do in Hythe, United Kingdom (UK) including Crypt of St. Leonard, Sandgate Beach, Lower Leas Coastal Park, Alpaca Annie, Port Lympne Reserve, Kent Battle of Britain Museum, Dymchurch Beach, Battle of Britain Memorial, Cinderella Golf and Activity Centre, Hythe Beach.
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4.5 based on 191 reviews
We have visited a couple of other Churches around the world with similar collections and they are always fascinating, well worth a pound to see, if you are in Hythe try not to miss it
4.5 based on 140 reviews
We live within walking distance of the beach but never tire of being there. Lovely cafe's and pubs are plentiful Interesting shops add to the attraction. At night if it is clear the twinkling lights of France add to the enchantment
4.5 based on 798 reviews
We take our grandchildren ages 4 and 6 here all the time. Great experiences for them and all for free. There are wonderful flowers and shrubs and wildflower places and stunning sea views. There is always something to look at. We highly recommend this place for parents and grandparents who do not want to spend a fortune but want their little ones to be safe and active. It’s not often you get a facility like this for free
5 based on 93 reviews
This was a brilliant afternoon walking with and getting to know the adorable alpacas at Alpacca Annie. Sam and Ellie were very knowledgeable and were lovely, they obviously adore what they do and the alpacas and llamas. We are already planning our next trip p.s. Happy Harry & Four Ervin are the best alpacas although they are all adorable each with their own unique personality
4 based on 1 reviews
Port Lympne Reserve offers exciting days out in Kent filled with discovery for the entire family. Set in 600 acres, and housing over 650 rare and endangered animals, Port Lympne Reserve offers a treat for everyone.
Stayed in a glamping pod. Very enjoyable & warm & cosy however would only recommend for two people.. it would be very cramped with four.Toilets/ showers basic with no hooks for hanging towels. I know its winter but the entire camping area & paths extremely muddy. Ate at baby dolls & food was fabulous. Nice touch of free transport to restaurant on a bitterly cold night.Did the triple a safari- fabulous experience with a very knowledgeable guide- David- but again very cold with no shelter from the wind and rain on the truck. Saw most of the animals, despite the bad weather but families need to be aware lots of walking between animal enclosures, often hilly so tough going for prams/ pushchairs. Pleased to see lots of areas accessible for disabled guests. Overall a fabulous 48 hrs, although on the expensive side for a winter break but the work being done by the Aspinall trust is to be commended. A big well done to all the staff who without fail were pleasant, helpful and smiling.Would love to stay again but a very costly break for camping but if it supports the conservation of animals I guess its a price guests have to pay.
4.5 based on 467 reviews
Thought we would visit a museum on our doorstep. Fantastic for a rainy day. Cameras are not allowed. Ask a member of staff to take a family photo for you, they are very helpful :)
4.5 based on 373 reviews
Great sandy beach..nice and big..kids lived playing in the sand..it was so lovely and clean..no rubbish anywhere..close to the Amusement Park..and lots of places to eat and drink.
4.5 based on 623 reviews
A Memorial to the men of the Battle of Britain alongside a modern interpretation centre that brings to life the victory 'the Few' achieved over the Luftwaffe in 1940. A place of quiet pilgrimage coupled with a high-tech and interactive visitor centre - plus fantastic views over The Channel from our first-floor cafe. Shop and coach parking.
A new visitor centre built next to the previous one on a beautiful hilltop site.. the is s good car park and a basic cafe with stunning views across the sea. Limited menu but still worth a visit to the exhibition and shop as well as cafe.
4 based on 24 reviews
Not crazy golf and not much adventure either but quite good fun and well kept. £6.50 each (adult) so was ok for the price and there are 18 holes. Well... 17 really as the last one isn't achievable for most and the ball gets retained after the shot anyway.
4 based on 220 reviews
There is a car park to the east end of promanade which is small but ideal. You can walk either way which is nice and flat. There is a cafe which is open from Easter to Early October weather permitting. They do nice food and Ice creams. There is also a toilet.
The beach is stoney. There is off street parking
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