Visit Whitstable attractions in your reliable rental carAMF Bowling
sits within Whitstable Bowl, Tower Parade, Whitstable, Kent, England, United Kingdom. The site is popular for being a wonderful venue for playing the town's favorite sport, Ten Pin Bowling. Its features include ten lanes for bowling, games area and a restaurant. It is open for players of all ages and level of playing skills.Horsebridges Centre
is located at 11 Horsebridge Road, Whitstable, Kent, England, United Kingdom. The venue serves as the town of Whitstable's heart of the arts, music and social scene since 1999. The centre's facilities include an art gallery, restaurant, car parking spaces and the famous Horsebridge Centre. Long Beach
is located within the town of Whitstable, England, United Kingdom. It is a marvelous lively beach popular for being an ideal place for sunbathing, swimming, leisure walking and jet skiing. The site is highly recommended for people of all ages. Playhouse Theatre is a wonderful theatre that is located at 104 High Street, Whitstable, England, United Kingdom. The first performance it staged goes back the year 1980. The venue still showcases wide variety of performances all year round.
Whitstable Castle and Grounds or Tankerton Castle can be found at The Gate House, Tower Hill, Whitstable, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Its history dates back the year 1789 and was then made for the businessman Charles Pearson. The venue experienced several improvements throughout time and is now a popular venue for the town's civil ceremonies, weddings, exhibitions and many other events its hosts throughout the year.
Whitstable Harbour lies within the town of Whitstable, Kent, England, United Kingdom. The site dates back the year 1832. The harbour used serve the then Crab and Winkle Railway Line that travels to and fro Canterbury and Whitstable before it was dismantled. Today, the harbour serves as a good venue for sight seeing, dining and buying fresh seafood from the fish markets and or restaurants that is located within it.
Whitstable Oyster Festival is held in July when many thousands of oysters are eaten. There is a mixture of family events, entertainment, arts and of course plenty of food and drink over a whole week. It is a celebration of Whitstable's history and heritage, as well as showcasing modern local talent and businesses.