Margate Harbour Arm
Come and visit Margate Harbour Arm and see the town from another angle. The Harbour Arm is a lovely place to come for a stroll and it's south-facing so gets the sun all day.
The stone pier is known as the Harbour Arm and was built between 1812 and 1815. The lighthouse at the end was rebuilt in 1955.
You can enjoy a meal or a drink right next to the sea at one of the restaurants, cafes or bars.
See the bronze shell lady named after Mrs Booth who JMW Turner lodged with located at the end of the harbour arm. You will find the art gallery named after him Turner Contemporary
Margate Visitor Information Centre, located in Droit House is located at the start of the Harbour arm
There is on-site car parking - for satnav the best postcode to use is CT9 1JD.
- The Harbour Arms Bar
- Mala Kaffe Coffee Shop
- Lighthouse Bar
- Grub Hub
- Michael Richardson Fine Art
Parking Charges (No FREE parking for Disabled Badge Holders)
Rates April - October 7am-10pm
- 1 Hour £2.50
- 2 Hours £5
- 3 Hours £7.50
- 4 hours £10
Rates November - March 7am-10pm
- 1 Hour £1.40
- 2 Hours £2.80
- 3 Hours £4.20
- 4 hours £5.60
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop