Church of St Peter-in-Thanet, Broadstairs

#9 of 18 in Historic Sites in Isle of Thanet
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Church of St Peter-in-Thanet is known for its tower, once used as a naval signaling station. Although a church probably existed here as early as the 12th century, the current building owes much of its appearnce to the restoration projects carried out at the end of the 19th century. The stained glass windows date back to that period, as do the mosaics. For Church of St Peter-in-Thanet and beyond, use our Broadstairs online tour planner to get the most from your Broadstairs vacation.
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  • This is a very beautiful old church with stunning ceiling paintings, glistening stained glass windows and a huge cemetery with many interesting old grave monuments. There is a free car park opposite....  more »
  • A beautiful church, the oldest part dates back to the 9th century! Well worth a visit, the cemetery holds many graves of local dignitaries whom places are named after!  more »
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