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Reculver Towers and Roman Fort, Herne Bay

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  • We don't live far from reculver towers so we decided to go on a whim. They have an out door centre which would be good for small kids,lots of local information and activities. There is a good pub near...  more »
  • Not a lot to see here. But it is a great place to start a walk. There's also a great play area for the kids.  more »
  • We decided to visit the tower and enjoyed a blustery walk with our collie. The only problem was the height barrier preventing us from entering the carpark in our motorhome. We managed to park down a s...  more »
  • Reculver Towers is a great place to visit that is right on the Kent coast of Herne Bay. The views are spectacular from that section of coast line and it also gives you a perfect view of the Kentish Flats Wind Farm that has been built 8 - 10 miles out to sea. The Towers are also amazing to walk around. A great day out for all the family.
  • Living nearby, I have visited the Reculver Towers a number of times with friends and family. The views are stunning on a clear summery day, with miles of visibility. There is plenty of room for a picnic, and if it is busy, plenty of space nearby. A lovely pub and cafe is just down the road a bit to the south, with parking also nearby. In winter it can get a bit windy, but tie it in with a trip to the pub, and you almost forget the weather outside.
  • Known locally as bunny ears to my generation. Drove here, rode here, walked here. A lovely place to get away from it all.
  • As I am big fan of all kind of ruins, I decided to visit this place. It's not very big, and it's just ruins to see, but still I enjoyed my visit. It has very spectacular view of the see, you can see much around. There is parking and public toilets near. It's easy to get there and it's for free. I was walking by seaside from Herne bay to this place, it was nice experience
  • What A fantastic place to visit, Great for country/seaside walks. Perfect place to take the kids and dog with plenty to do.