Deal Castle – Built by the order of King Henry VIII Deal Castle is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England, and among the earliest and most elaborate of a chain of coastal forts, which also includes Calshot, Camber, Walmer and Pendennis Castles. Deal Castle, Marine Road, Deal, Kent, CT14 7BA
Time Ball Museum – Standing on the site of an earlier shutter telegraph, the museum features exhibits about the history of the tower and its use for navigation, signalling and precision electrical timekeeping, and the mechanics of the operating time ball. Victoria Parade, Deal, CT14 7BP
Deal Pier – Deal Pier is a significant local landmark and public amenity offering excellent views of Deal sea front. It is internationally recognised as an angling venue and features a glass-walled café-bar at the end. Beach St, Deal CT14 6HX
Deal Maritime and Local Museum – Portraying the changing history of Deal, Walmer and the surrounding area, the museum is packed to the rafters with fascinating glimpses into the past. 22 St. Georges Road Deal, CT14 6BA
Mikes Bikes Deal – Hire a bike from Mikes Bikes and cycle along some of the safe and very scenic National Cycle route along the side of the beach. Cycle routes around Dover, Deal and Sandwich. Mikes Bikes, Hut 55, Marine Rd, Walmer, Deal CT14 7DN
Museum of the Moving Image – The Kent MOMI is a not-for-profit museum that explores the deep history of the moving image — from the days of candle-lit magic lantern performances and hand-painted slides, through Victorian visual experimentation, to the advent and heyday of the cinema. 41 Stanhope Road, Deal, Kent CT14 6AD
Deal Markets – We have three markets!
Wednesday and Fridays*: The Undercroft Market – A variety of traders selling meat, homemade cakes and pastries, bread, cookies, preserves, biscuits, eggs, plants and crafts; such as paintings, mugs, postcards and driftwood items and much more (usually 8.30-13.00). Town Hall, High Street, Deal CT14 6TR *Not currently running, Deal Town Council will review restarting this market in Spring 2022.
Friday and Saturday: The Village Indoor market – With pop up stalls and resident stalls, this market is really a “village” of makers and purveyors of goods who come and personally sell their wonderful variety of things to us (usually open 10.00-16.00). Warehouse, Sondes Road CT14 7BW
Saturday: The Deal Town Saturday Market – Has lots to offer, including: plants, fresh flowers, eggs, fruit and vegetables, meat products, bread, CD’s/DVD’s, books, savoury products, furniture, bric a brac, household, art & craft, delicious freshly made food, cakes and much, much more…. Held in the car park (usually open 8.00-15.00). Union Road Car Park/ High Street, Deal CT14 6EA
Astor Theatre – The Astor is a Community Theatre which has become a unique multi purpose arts centre offering an eclectic mix of music, theatre, literary events, art exhibitions, films and a range of classes and clubs for all ages and tastes. Check out what is on while you are here, it aims to offer ‘something for everyone!’. Stanhope Rd, Deal CT14 6AB
Deal Treasure Hunt Trail – Explore Deal in a fun way with this self-guided Treasure Hunt themed Treasure Trail. You will follow a trail solving sneaky clues set on existing buildings, permanent features and monuments to discover the location of the buried treasure. This trail is created and sold by ‘Treasure Trails’ for £6.99 and can be bought in advance or downloaded from here. 1.5 hours / 2.4 miles in and around Deal town.
Fishing – Sea Fishing from Deal Pier is popular and the prices and opening times can be found in the above link. Beach St, Deal CT14 6HX
Walmer Paddling Pool – This popular leisure facility is situated in the pleasant location of the seafront at Walmer. It’s for children 10 years and under. Paddling pool, The Strand, Walmer, CT14 7EE