The 5 Best Things to do Good for Big Groups in Broadstairs, England

October 24, 2021 Frederic Celentano

Broadstairs is a coastal town on the Isle of Thanet in the Thanet district of east Kent, England, about 80 miles (130 km) east of London. It is part of the civil parish of Broadstairs and St Peter's, which includes St Peter's, and had a population in 2011 of about 25,000. Situated between Margate and Ramsgate, Broadstairs is one of Thanet's seaside resorts, known as the "jewel in Thanet's crown". The town's crest's Latin motto is Stella Maris ("Star of the Sea"). The name derives from a former flight of steps in the chalk cliff, which led from the sands up to the 11th-century shrine of St Mary on the cliff's summit.
Restaurants in Broadstairs

1. St Peter's Village Tour

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St Peter's Village Tour

The St Peter's Village Tour offers four free award winning guided walks around the historic village and churchyard of St Peter's, Broadstairs in Kent. The Tours are arranged by a team of 110 volunteers.During the walking tour with your guide, you will meet many costumed characters from past centuries. You will see the flint built church and find out a little more about its long history. You will hear of conditions in the workhouse, the Newbolts breakfast concerts for hundreds of fashionable people, the tower used in the Napoleonic wars, famous (and infamous) local residents and our ancient seat of local government for the area.The tour is conducted in groups of around ten and covers less than a mile of flat walking, but does involve standing for a number of 5 minute presentations. It includes a break for tea or coffee (although no break on evening tours, or wet weather tours). You are advised to allow two and a half hours for your tour. In very wet weather we provide an Inclement weather Routine. Access for visitors with disabilities. Children are very welcome on our tour. We would however, suggest a minimum age of 10 years to fully appreciate the experience. At the end of the tour you are invited to contribute towards our costs which average £4 per adult. Here at the St Peter's Village Tour we appreciate any comments you may have with regard to any of our tours and our website. We are Supported by the Broadstairs and St. Peter's Town Council and we are member of the Broadstairs Tourism and Leisure Association.

2. Revolution Skatepark

Oakwood Industrial Estate, Dane Valley Road, Broadstairs England +44 1843 866707 [email protected] http://www.revolutionskatepark.co.uk/
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Revolution Skatepark

Opening Times. Monday Closed, Tuesday 10:00am-10:00pm, Wednesday 10:00am-10:00pm, Thursday Closed, Friday 10:00am-10:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-10:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-8:00pm (During school and public holidays, we are open Monday and Thursday 10:00am-4:00pm)

Reviewed By matthewhA7074QJ - Broadstairs, United Kingdom

Over the years my kids have visited Revolution many times. From skateboarding, to BMX to wall climbing. It’s always been fantastic and somewhere they always wanted to go back to. We have had parties there too and again brilliant. Very recommended ????

3. Houdini's Magic Bar

Broadstairs 158 High Street, Broadstairs CT10 1JB England +44 1843 866600 [email protected] http://www.facebook.com/houdinismagicbar/
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Houdini's Magic Bar

Houdini’s Magic Bar a place out of the ordinary! A little bit quirky and a lot Magical! Every evening you are invited to join us, settle in and experience Miracles of Magic whilst enjoying great drinks and great company. See shows, close up and exclusive performances by our Resident Magician’s, many of whom are members of the prestigious Black Card Club and Magic Circle. Houdini’s Magic Bar first opened in the Dickensian town of Broadstairs in 2016. It is a warm and welcoming place to come and enjoy fine refreshments and is home to some of Kent’s finest Magicians. We are proud to have won Newcomer of the Year 2017 in the Kent Life Food and Drink Awards. Houdini’s now has a second bar in Canterbury, both Magic Bars celebrate all that is Magic and the interiors lend themselves to a whole manner of Magic curiosities. All of customers are welcomed to while away the hours with us in a bar like no other! Come in for a catch up, play a board game or two and enjoy live Magic.

Reviewed By Barexplore11

Visited Houdini’s in the evening at the beginning of December. Broadstairs was fairly quiet when we went for a meal and had a look at a few other bars along the high street. But Houdini’s had a fair few people in and a great atmosphere. So we’re pleased that we decided to spend our evening here. There was a fantastic magician walking around doing card tricks and he then later done a show. Through the night there was a compere doing competitions and telling jokes. The bar staff was also very friendly and told us the history about the cranberry gin we were drinking. Me and my partner like to look for niche and different bars. And we will definitely be returning to Houdini’s.

4. Joss Bay

Joss Gap Road, Broadstairs CT10 3PG England
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Joss Bay

Reviewed By Taz3619 - Hawkinge, United Kingdom

Loved this beach had a fab day out car park is great £5.00 all day in farmers field opposite beach there is a shop toilets and rock pooling when tide is out. Still space on beach when tide is in but get there early as gets busy real quick on hot days definitely going again and will reccomend to anyone.

5. Viking Bay

Harbour Street, Broadstairs CT10 1EU England
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Viking Bay

Reviewed By SueW80

This beach is wonderful all year round but during the summer season it is especially interesting. There are activities for younger children, for example, bouncy castles, swingboats, a vintage roundabout and Punch and Judy Show. There is also a watersports school offering surfing, stand-up paddling and kayaking for older children and adults. There are lots of cafes on the beach and around the promenade. It is a really traditional English seaside resort - quaint, charming and very photogenic!

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