Dr Syn Attractions The area covers the Romney Marsh , Walland and Guldeford Marshes . It has been laid down by the rich alluvial soil deposited by the river Rother. The Rother originally flowed to the sea near Hythe, then after Roman times it changed to flow through to modern day Greatstone and Littlestone , and today it flows to the sea at Rye Harbour .
Lydd Museum The museum is accomodated in the Old Fire Station, which is in Queens Road. It houses a number of very fine horse drawn vehicles, including an 1890 Merryweather Fire Engine, a 1900 Horse bus and a beach cart from Dungeness. Other local artifacts and information regarding the Lydd and Dungeness area is also on display.
Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway Opened in 1927 as "The Worlds Smallest Public Railway" the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch was a triumph of miniature engineering. One third full size locomotives based on the powerful expesss engines of Great Britain and North America hauled trains of coaches at high speeds across the level terrain of Kent's historic Romney Marsh .
Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust The purpose of the Trust is the preservation and maintenance of the fabric of fourteen medieval churches, with an additional interest expressed in the remains of four ruined churches. Exploring these churches is a wonderful way to spend a day.
Rye Bay Nature Reserve A fantastic place to explore, with a wide range of birds both migrating and local in this unique shingle environment, many walks cater for both the general public and specialist birdwatchers.