A summer outing to Ramsgate

A tour and drinks for members

On Saturday 16 June 2018, Amy from the Young Landmarkers team at Landmark will be in Ramsgate at The Grange and St Edward's Presbytery  Both Landmarks were designed by renowned Victorian architect Augustus Pugin: The Grange was his family home, and from where he designed the interiors of the Houses of Parliament.

Both Landmarks are open for free during the day, but join us from 4.30pm and we’ll lead a private tour of the properties culminating in serving early evening drinks exclusively for members. If the weather is good we’ll enjoy the drinks outside in The Grange’s garden.

Ramsgate is a little over an hour from London St Pancras, or nearer two hours from London Charing Cross or London Victoria, with return travel currently from £21.10. It has a lively little high street, the only Royal Harbour in the country and Britain’s biggest Wetherspoons. The Landmarks are less than a 20-minute walk from Ramsgate railway station: click here to see the route.

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