Get away from it all this Christmas, and enjoy a festive break by the seaside. As we approach the festive period, there’s plenty to see and do in Broadstairs. Celebrate Christmas on the Kentish coastline with our guide to Christmas in Broadstairs.
Christmas Tree Festival
Broadstairs’ Christmas Tree Festival will take place between the 13th and 15th of December at St. Peter’s Church. The Christmas tree displays were put together by local church members, and tea and mince pies will be on hand.
St. Peter’s Church prides itself on their annual display and uses it as an opportunity to invite us in for true festive cheer and community engagement. The decorated trees will be judged by the Mayor and Mayoress of Broadstairs, after which the choirs of St. George’s School and St. Peter’s Junior School serenade festival-goers with Christmas Carols before the prizes are awarded.
Trees can be sponsored by individual, societies or businesses for a £15 donation.
Christmas pantomimes are a longstanding British tradition. Ring in the festive period with all the family, as the Sarah Thorne Theatre stages a production of Cinderella.
Santa is coming to town this Christmas, and setting up shop in Broadstairs’ iconic Crampton Tower. Journey to the top of the tower and visit the elves’ workshop, before popping in to see Father Christmas in his grotto.
Miniature train rides will be available as long as the weather permits.
We are proud of our links to Kent, and are currently accepting bookings for the Christmas period. You can view our range of Broadstairs properties here. Book now to avoid disappointment.