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Herne BayBay Putt Mini GolfHerne Bay Miniature Golf is an 18 holecourse right on Herne Bay Seafront, just 3minutes walk from the Pier. It is suitablefor all ages and abilities, disabledwelcome. A great family activity. Next doorto Temptations Ice-cream and Gift Shop,all you need for a day at the beach and thebest ice-cream they have tasted. The newlybranded "ifun@Sandancers" A FamilyAmusements and the completely revampedcafé. Check out the website for our specialoffers and promotions.Tel: 01227 375 098Web: Sports ArenaLocated at Herne Bay High School,Bullockstone Road and is open to thepublic outside of school hours -evenings, weekends, holidays and halfterms. Activities available include rollerskating and roller hockey, badminton,five-a-side, long matt bowls andchildren's parties. Tel: 01227 366 Herne Bay's seaside storyincluding what it was like as aVictorian seaside resort. See finds fromnearby Reculver Roman fort, mammothtusks from local beaches, a BarnesWallis Bouncing Bomb prototype,seaside amusements and pictures ofthe coast and countryside.Visit the art gallery to see one of thespecial exhibitions. Located in Willam Street.Tel:01227 367 368Web: 01227 722 332Web: www.herne-mill.btik.comEmail: 01227 740 676Web: MillHerne Mill is a Grade I listed timbersmock windmill on a brick base datingfrom 1789 with original millingmachinery and displays of millinghistory and memorabilia. The sweepswill turn on open days if the weather issuitable.Herons Leisure CentreWith its central location, the NEWHerons Leisure Centre is open toeveryone and offers a wide range ofsuperb facilities including swimmingpools, flume, dance and fitnessstudios, stunning new gym, creche,and café. Open from 7am - 365 daysa year.Tel:01227 742 TowersAn imposing landmark, the twin 12thcentury towers of the ruined churchstand amid the remains of an importantRoman 'Saxon Shore' fort and a Saxonmonastery. (See also Reculver CountryPark page 15).Herne Bay Museum

Castle and GardensDating back to the 1790s, WhitstableCastle and Gardens has been home tolocal merchants and dignitaries,remaining a landmark attractionthroughout its history. With stunninggardens overlooking Whitstable Bay,highlights include a homemade menuavailable in the Orangery Tea Room,Castle roof garden, pirate-themed areafor children and beautiful gardens. Withfree entry this folly is a 'must see'attraction for everyone visiting the town. Tel: 01227 281 726Web: and Art GalleryDiscover local stories of seaside, floods,the world's first passenger steam railway,shopping, industries and newspapercartoon characters Pip, Squeak andWilfred, plus memorabilia of famousresident Peter Cushing. Visit the artgallery to see one of the specialexhibitions.Located in Oxford Street.Tel: 01227 276 998Web: Oyster YawlFor more than 250 years sailing craftknown as oyster yawls dredged foroysters to remove predators and keepthem clean. 'Favourite' is one of sixoyster yawls left and the only one basedin Whitstable. She is a much loved partof the street scene in Island Wall nearthe disappeared shipyards, sail makersand forges once built on the beach. Web: HarbourWhitstable Harbour was constructed in1831 and has an interesting historywhich includes diving, shipbuilding,ship owning, fishing and world-widetrade. Learn more about this fullyworking harbour by taking a stroll andstopping at the information boardscovering topics such as water sports, the wind farm, wildlife, aggregatesimporting and fishing.Tel: 01227 274 086Web: