Visiting Folkestone and the Creative Quarter?
Here’s some helpful info…
The Creative Quarter is based in the historic heart of Folkestone in Kent within easy reach of London and the continent, just 57 minutes away from St Pancras station by high speed rail.
The Creative Quarter comprises of The Old High Street, a winding cobbled lane lined with independent shops, and Tontine Street, a busy thoroughfare linking Folkestone Harbour with the centre of the town.
Artists are drawn to the exquisite coastal light afforded by the seaside location and the chance to get involved in the town’s thriving creative community.
The proposed development of Folkestone harbour and seafront does not fall within the remit of The Creative Foundation, but information about a new approach to Folkestone seafront can be found at www.folkestoneseafront.com.
Visiting the Creative Quarter
By Train: High speed trains run regularly from London St Pancras International (Journey time 57 Minutes). Folkestone Central Station is a short walk from the centre of town and is just 15 minutes from the Creative Quarter. For full details go to our travel partner’s website www.southeasternrailway.co.uk
By Bus: Stagecoach operates buses regionally with National Express services to London Victoria.
By Car: From the M20, turn off at junction 13 and follow signs to the harbour. Sat Nav users: CT20 1RL.
Parking: The nearest car parks are situated in: Tram Road (2 mins), Payers Park (2 mins) and the Harbour car park (5 mins).