The Broadstairs Treasure Trail takes you on a journey around the main parts of the quintessential seaside town that includes the beach and promenade. The trail covers the varied and rich history of the town including its links with the novelist Charles Dickens. The author based himself in Broadstairs while writing some of his novels. Follow the clues and you will unlock the town’s stories during this themed walking treasure trail that take around two hours to complete and is suitable for ages from six years old. Each booklet is enough for four to five people.

Print at home: £9.99
Printed and sent: £9.99 + £1.49 P&P
Personalised: £12.99 + £1.49 P&P

By pushchair, but not accessible for wheelchair users.

Advisory Notes
Parking is mainly Pay and Display and can get full easily in peak season, there are narrow streets and beachfront in this trail which can get crowded at peak times. Be mindful that some parts of this trail, especially in peak season, covers narrow streets and busy paths.

Picture Credit: Treasure Trails.

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