2ND TO 5TH JUNE 12
This very special Jubilee Bank Holiday will certainly provide a great opportunity for family and friends to get together and enjoy each other's company and, when it comes to spending quality time together, the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway is a firm favourite with many families.
To help you celebrate Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee, we have some classic summertime treats to tantalise your taste buds. What could be more British than a glass of Pimms studded with fruit, and served with a Union Jack Cocktail Umbrella for an extra flourish! Or perhaps a good old fashioned Cream Tea, or a generous slice of Victoria Sandwich is more to your liking?
Why not download our KIDS EAT FREE voucher and bring it with you when you visit us over the Bank Holiday weekend? Present it to our Catering Staff at either New Romney or Dungeness Café and receive one child's main meal free when you purchase one adult main meal (terms & conditions apply).
We thought we would further add to the sense of nostalgia that the Queens Diamond Jubilee evokes in us all, and so our beautifully preserved Heritage Carriages will be available on certain trains over the 4 day holiday period. On a first come, first served basis, seats in the Royal Saloon (used by Her Majesty the Queen at the opening of the Liverpool Garden Festival Railway), the Clayton Pullman and "Gladys" our ever popular Bar Car will be available free of charge for all of you who wish to experience a little extra comfort on your journey across the rural beauty of the Marsh to the unique landscape of Dungeness.
Our world famous steam trains (and the odd Diesel service) will run every 45 minutes each day, with nine departures from Hythe & eight from Dungeness on which you can complete a full round trip. Our newly refurbished Model Exhibition and Play Park will be open each day.
Enjoy a traditional, fun packed Diamond Jubilee family day out on the RH&DR
For current information, last minute changes regarding times of trains and prices, or if you require further assistance from the RH&DR then: