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Best things to do in Gillingham

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“silver-blades.co.uk/page/times_prices/ online booking for prices times and deals GillinghamCafe, bar and 1000 seats at a full-size rink used for skating, ice hockey and musical performances. Address: Gillingham Business Park, Ambley Rd, Gillingham ME8 0SJ Phone: 01634 388477”
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“A former farm converted into a landscaped park and open-space area. This park is set on 114 hectares of converted farm land, on the North Downs, near Walderslade. It is within the Kent Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. ”
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Bus Station
“Riverside Country Park is one of Medway's beautiful parks. An ideal location for a walk, run or cycle. It covers 100 hectares alongside the Medway Estuary, including Motney Hill and Berengrave Local Nature Reserve. Café and plenty of picturesque old boat hulks.”
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Bar
“Friday night is party night. Just a 10 minute wobble home not forgetting to visit the Kebab Shop ..”
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Bus Station
“The Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive is a military engineering museum and library in Gillingham, Medway, South East England. It tells the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and British military engineering in general. ”
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Bus Station
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Cafe
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Park
“Riverside Country Park covers 100 hectares alongside the Medway Estuary, including Motney Hill and Berengrave Local Nature Reserve. There are various habitats within the park, including mudflats and salt marsh, ponds and reed-beds, grassland and scrub, which provide a haven for wildlife. Lovely walk along the river to the riverside country park.”
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Bus Station
“Step back in time to a world of British maritime magnificence at the Historic Dockyard Chatham, and discover our nation’s naval history across 10 galleries and three warships before enjoying a delectable cream tea for two with this Visit to The Historic Dockyard Chatham for Two. There’s over 400 years of history to be discovered at the Historic Dockyard Chatham, through exhibitions like Command of the Oceans, the Victorian Ropery and the RNLI Historic Lifeboat Collection as well as the three mighty warships HMS Gannet, HMS Cavalier and HMS Ocelot: a sloop, destroyer and submarine respectively. ”
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Park
“Great views across Chatham - historic & scenic trail into an urban garden & the town centres of both Chatham & Gillingham taking in a cafe en route.”
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“This is a place for the children, it has crazy golf, a small train that runs in the summer and on weekends. A small paddling pool. An outdoor lido which is open in the summer. A playground for younger and slightly older children.”
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