Empty beach at end of day with tide up filling the tidal pool. Sun reflecting on seafront buildings (shops, restaurants, flats), harbour arm and gallery
Sweep of Margate Main Sands

Interact with our Attractions

COLOURING ACTIVITIES        VIRTUAL THANET         AUDIO THANET 

Whilst you may not be able to visit our attractions here is Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate, they are finding ways to engage and keep you entertained

Dreamland

Whilst you may not be able to ride the Scenic railway, view the park from the Big Wheel or skate around the Roller Room, in this its 100th anniversary year, Dreamland have created an activity booklet of fun colouring, puzzles and even cooking

Activity Booklet

Powell-Cotton Museum

Learn about the exhibits of the Powell-Cotton Museum on their Facebook page as they share questions and exploration games alongside make and craft activities

Facebook 

Turner Contemporary 

Take a  virtual tour of Turner Contemporary’s most recent exhibition ‘We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South’, bringing together sculptures, paintings, quilts and installations by more than 20 African American artists from Alabama and the Deep South

Take a Tour: If that is not enough, take part in 1 of the 4 Art Rebels online workshops for families at home 

The Micro Museum

Kent’s only computer museum has developed a ‘2020 virtual season’, with videos of computer history, anniversaries and games

YouTube 

The Micro Museum

Hornby Visitor Centre 

Whilst you may not be currently able to visit the Hornby Visitor Centre, to help plan your future visit when it reopens you can take a virtual tour

Take a tour

Hornby Visitor Centre

Digital Discovery

Delver into some of the mystery and stories that make up Thanet’s history. Read all about them, watch videos, listen to podcasts and try to crack the trivia question. If this gets you intrigued add it to your bucket list for your future visit

Make a Discovery