The following attractions are located within 15 miles of TN288NH:
Situated on a unique shingle bank protruding into the English Channel, Dungeness has one of south-east England's most important colonies of sea-birds. The RSPB manages the pits and pools for the large numbers of wildfowl including Bewick's swans, gadwalls and smews, that are present in the winter.
Entrance fee: Non-members - adult £3, child £1, concession £2,
The visitor centre at Dungeness Power Station in Kent is now closed===================================Discover how electricity is made and the facts about nuclear energy at a working nuclear power station. Featuring an environmental exhibition on the history of Dungeness since the Ice Age.
Entrance fee: Free admission
The Parks were started by John Aspinall more than 40 years ago to conserve and breed rare and endangered wild animals with the intention of returning them to safe areas in their natural habitat. The animals are looked after in our two parks that cover over 450 acres of the Kent countryside.
Entrance fee: Adults: £11.95
Located deep in the heart of the glorious Kent country side the Centre is an unbeatable family day out. With lots of new attractions have opened for Easter 2004' plus all the old favourites, no other attraction offers so much to see and do for all ages and interests.
Entrance fee: Not Available
Rye Castle Museum is the local history museum for Rye. It displays objects from Rye's long history and also introduces you to Rye's illustrious past.
Entrance fee: £2.90
The half-timbered house, built in the early 16th century when Smallhythe was a thriving shipbuilding yard, was the home of the Victorian actress Ellen Terry from 1899 to 1928 and contains her fascinating theatre collection. The cottage grounds include her rose garden, orchard, nuttery, a wonderful display of wild flowers and the Barn Theatre, which holds exhibitions and regular performances of plays, music and talks.
Entrance fee: £4.50, child £2.25, family £11.25
The Museum is entirely self-supporting and stands or falls by the number of visitors it attracts. It is run by eight enthusiasts and volunteers.
Mcfarlane's Butterfly Centre: colourful butterflies from all over the world, flying free in their natural habitat of tropical greenhouse garden.Tropical greenhouses, amongst scores of lovely free flying butterflies, how wonderful.
Entrance fee: Adults £2, OAP & Students £1.50, Family Ticket £5.
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