Next to the Turner Contemporary art gallery, the tourist office serves all of Planet Thanet. It hands out The Isle, a glossy magazine crammed with Thanet listings published twice a year and a free quarterly newspape…
The Langdon Cliffs are managed by the National Trust, which has a tourist office and car park (per day £4) 2 miles east of Dover along Castle Hill Rd and the A258 road to Deal, or off the A2 past the Eastern Docks.
See a town-model audiovisual history for £3.50 and, upstairs, a freaky collection of still-functional penny-in-the-slot novelty machines. Also runs themed walking tours of the town; see the website for details.
Located in the Beaney House of Art & Knowledge. Staff can help book accommodation, excursions and theatre tickets.
Tourist information plus tickets to anything happening in Eastbourne.
Located in the Dover Museum.
Small, summer-only information kiosk sponsored by local businesses.
A small, staffed visitor centre with out-of-hours brochure stands.
Run by the Whitstable Improvement Trust from its shop.
Located within Sussex Stationers British Bookshop.