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Dungeness B Power Station Visitor Centre
Dungeness B Power Station has an award winning visitor centre. The centre gives the opportunity for members of the public to enjoy the interactive exhibition zone and embark on a guided site tour to see the plant in operation.
Here you will find the work of local Dungeness photographer, Chris Shore, and watercolour artist Helen Taylor. Please follow the links to the left and right to view information on the gallery, its location and exhibitors.
Dungeness Open Studios
Two beautiful studios, open to the public all year, are on the West-side beach. The studios are run by the artist Paddy Hamilton, who has extensive experience of solo and collaborative shows and events, curating and managing exhibitions and producing commissioned work on given themes.
Lydd Town Museum
Lydd Town Museum reflects much of the history of the area and offers an interesting insight into what is a fascinating part of Kent.
The New Hall in Dymchurch dates back to the time when Dymchurch was once the headquarters for law and order on the Marsh; the name Dymchurch derives from Deme, mediaeval English for judge or arbiter. It was here where the governors of the Marsh resided (known as The Lord of the Level).
Ocean View Studio
Helen Gillilan’s Ocean View Studio is open on Friday, Saturday and Sundays and during the week whenever possible. Helen opened her studio at Dungeness in April 2017. Helen says about her work: “Each piece of work is a many layered journey, both regarding how the image develops and where the materials will lead me. I have no pre-conceived ideas about form – it’s a partnership between the materials and myself.
The Old Lighthouse at Dungeness offers unique and perfect views over the 500 cuspate shingle ridges (created primarily by long shore drift) that have formed the foreland, one of the largest in the world and the greatest example in the UK.
Romney Marsh Wartime Collection
Romney Marsh Wartime Collection is a unique collection of wartime remains recovered from aircraft crash sites.