If you have just moved to Dover these are a few ideas of what you can do over the Easter holidays:
Dover Castle: Dover castle is a great place for both adults and children. Explore Henry the ll’s home, where he slept, ate and readied himself for war. Or visit the war time tunnels where you feel you are back in the war what with the smells, noises and visuals. Dover castle also has restaurants and gift shops, making it a perfect day out.
Samphire Hoe: What with the nice weather predicted for the Easter holidays Samphire Hoe is a great place to visit. The land which was made from the Eurotunnel dig out is now a nature reserve teaming with wildlife, great for nature enthusiasts or just a nice place for a picnic. Samphire Hoe also has a tea kiosk and toilet facilities.
Dover transport museum: Dover transport museum takes viewers back in time with many old vehicles and modes of transport, even featuring old road signs. The museum educates the young and gets the adults reminiscing.
Dover museum: Dover museum is a great way to find out the interesting past of Dover from prehistoric to the 20th Century Dover. The museum also houses a Bronze Age boat which is the world’s oldest known boat that went out to sea.
Dover beach: On the other hand for a free chilled day out, take a trip down to Dover’s beach which runs alongside the famous White Cliffs of Dover where you can paddle in the sea, watch the large cruise liners work or take a stroll along the pebbly beach.