Facilities & access

General

  • Visitor centre with coffee shop and giftshop
  • Free walking map available to visitors on arrival
  • Car park with 300 spaces
  • Camper vans welcome during the day
  • Suitable for school groups – Three parking bays for coaches
  • Info panels around the site to help you learn about the history of the area

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities in the toilets at the visitor centre
  • Family friendly walking routes available - Ask in visitor centre for details
  • Microwave available to warm baby milk in the coffee shop in the visitor centre

Access

  • Mobility parking
  • Visitor centre fully accessible
  • Hard surface path through car parks to viewing point, 50 yards from car park to viewing point.
  • Wheelchair loan available on request from the visitor centre
  • Accessible picnic bench adjacent to dedicated parking
  • Assistance dogs welcome in the visitor centre
  • Adapted toilets in the visitor centre

Car parking charges

  • National Trust Members park for free. Please help us by having your cards ready to show us when you arrive.
  • Cars £3.50 (all per day)
  • Blue Badge holders £2.50
  • Motorhomes £4.50
  • Coaches £7.00
  • If you join us while you're here we'll refund your parking fee, just ask us for more information

Walking your dog

We welcome dogs and their owners, but so that everyone has an enjoyable visit please take a look at our guide for dog owners before you visit.  If you need more help you can always contact us.

Cycling

We welcome cyclists, we’re on the national cycle route (NCN 1) which starts at Dover. We also have bike racks at the visitor centre. Please remember that you can’t cycle on the cliff path.

Get in touch

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Need some more information before your visit? You can give us a call on 01304 207326 or you can always send us an e-mail  we'd love to hear from you.

When we're open

We are open everyday, but times do vary through the year so please check our opening times page before you set off.

A very special place

The cliffs are a really special place and have been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, for that reason we ask you not to light any fires or have a barbeque while you're visiting us.

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