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DOVERCOURT TOWN CENTRE Dovercourt    also    hosts    a    regular    market    every    Friday    in   the     High     Street.     Many     of     the     banks,     the     travel     agent   and    Post    Offce    do    other    currency    exchange,    but   you will also find some of the shops take  Euros and US dollars. If you are looking  for FREE WIFI, this is offered at the  Library and in some of the cafes, hotels,  restaurants and shops (See WIFI symbol).  Dovercourt Bay seafront and Cliff Park  are also great places to relax and are just  a short walk from the centre of the town.
FURTHER INFORMATION Harwich Maritime Trail: The Harwich Society others guided walking tours of Harwich throughout the year, which takes you to the hidden gems and historical sites of Harwich. Tours start at the Ha’penny Pier. Tel 01255 553610/504590       www.harwich-society.co.uk Harwich Harbour Foot Ferry: The ferry, from the Ha’penny Pier, takes foot passengers and cyclists across the Harbour linking Harwich with Shotley and Felixstowe. Daily services operate between Easter and October. Information about this service is displayed on the Pier. Tel: 07919 911440            www.harwichharbourferry.com   The Harwich Mayflower Project: 400 years after the Mayflower sailed with the Pilgrim Fathers to America, a replica ship is being built in Harwich, home of Christopher Jones, Master of the Mayflower. Next to Harwich Town Station the beginnings of the ship can be seen. Open 9am–5pm weekdays. (Weekends and other times by
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DOVERCOURT TOWN CENTRE Dovercourt    also    hosts    a    regular    market    every    Friday    in    the   High    Street.    Many    of    the    banks,    the    travel    agent    and    Post   Offce    do    other    currency    exchange,    but   you will also find some of the shops take Euros and US  dollars. If you are looking for FREE WIFI, this is offered at  the Library and in some of the cafes, hotels, restaurants  and shops (See WIFI symbol).  Dovercourt Bay seafront and  Cliff Park are also great places to relax and are just  a short walk from the centre  of the town.
FURTHER INFORMATION Harwich Maritime Trail: The Harwich Society others guided walking tours of Harwich throughout the year, which takes you to the hidden gems and historical sites of Harwich. Tours start at the Ha’penny Pier. Tel 01255 553610/504590       www.harwich-society.co.uk Harwich Harbour Foot Ferry: The ferry, from the Ha’penny Pier, takes foot passengers and cyclists across the Harbour linking Harwich with Shotley and Felixstowe. Daily services operate between Easter and October. Information about this service is displayed on the Pier. Tel: 07919 911440            www.harwichharbourferry.com   The Harwich Mayflower Project: 400 years after the Mayflower sailed with the Pilgrim Fathers to America, a replica ship is being built in Harwich, home of Christopher Jones, Master of the Mayflower. Next to Harwich Town Station the beginnings of the ship can be seen. Open 9am–5pm weekdays. (Weekends and other times by appointment) Tel: 01255 318023 www.harwichmayflower.com Dovercourt Library: You will not only find information in the Library about places to visit in the area, but you will also be able to purchase tickets for some of the events taking place from the new Box office. Open everyday (except Sunday).  
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