Head to the Turner Contemporary for a free fix of cutting-edge art or support local creatives at Kent’s oldest art gallery Lovelys. Then discover the Grade I-listed Shell Grotto, where 4.5 million shells make up its mosaic walls. Who created it and why? If that sparks an urge for more subterranean delights, then head to the recently reopened Margate Caves. This former chalk mine has been an air raid shelter, smugglers' cave and a wine cellar and, pre-pandemic, hosted silent discos and toddler meeting classes. As Margate as it gets.