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What a surprise this was!!We were driving to Sandwich when we came upon this 1949 replica of a Viking Longboat at Pegwell Bay..We knew nothing of it.We learned that it was a gift from the Danish Government to commemorate the 1500th anniversary of Hengist and Horsa landing here for Hengist's daughter to marry the King of Kent.Apparently the only instrument... 更多
This is a well maintained replica of a Viking boat, if you've been watching the TV series of "The Vikings" you would enjoy seeing this boat, it's sited near the sea. Well worth a look if you're around the isle of Thanet
This is a great place to go and see. with the beach not far from here. Seeing history of how Britain was made and the possible landing site of the invasion party. Great for walks, Bike rides and picnics.
I loved seeing this ship as a child when growing up in Thanet, and made a visit while there today to show my children. It sounds from reviews below that in winter it is wrapped up against the elements, rightly so, but on this sunny May day it looked lovely. It is surrounded by railings so you can't actually get... 更多
We stopped on our way to Ramsgate to have a peek at this replica Viking Longboat. It is in very good condition, it is obviously well looked after. It is now late April and the longboat is all uncovered and looks majestic in the sunshine! It is well placed on a lovely grassy area with the sea behind it. There... 更多
Viking Ship Hugin, although a replica, is well worth a visit in Summer. In Winter it is wrapped up against the weather so you can't really see too much. Set in an attractive grassed area, there is a small cafe and conveniences and you can walk along the cliffs to Pegwell Village for a change of scene.
This is a nice and interesting ship. However, we were unable to view it in its true glory as I am assuming due to the weather or time of year, it was all covered up. I would like to go back and have a proper look during the summer months, but until then I cannot say exactly how good it... 更多
This is a very poor exhibit, we walked several miles to see it and it was wrapped up for the winter, or is it like this all the time. Its not great, not exciting, and there is nothing to do there, the cafe was shut and the toilets all locked up, perhaps it may look better on a sunny day!