- Ages 9+
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Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours is a family run business that offers guided rock and fossil hunting trips in southeast Britain.
Come and look for dinosaur footprints, fossil shells, shark and fish teeth, ammonites and fossil plants. They can supply all the equipment you need (hammers, chisels, safety glasses etc) to find and collect fossils for you to take home.
At present, they offer family trips to Hastings and Eastbourne (Sussex) and Folkestone, Samphire Hoe and Reculver (Kent). But please do check their website through the link for an expanding list of fossil hunting sites.
The tours are suitable for small parties, groups, birthday parties and birthday treats. If you wish them to participate in a birthday party event, please contact to discuss your needs. They cater for people with all levels of experience.
All the guides are both Health and Safety and first aid trained and have a current CRB Police check, so you know you're all in safe hands!
Access to rock and fossil hunting areas is tide dependant.
Please contact them to arrange a suitable date and time.
For all days with suitable tides, please contact them.
Family ticket (two adults and up to three children): £80.00
, Bexleyheath, Greater London, DA7 6AS, England
WebsiteClick here to visit Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours' website.
Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours has not told us about their parking.
No, there are no toilets available.
Only on site public lavatories are available, with various facilities such as baby change, RADAR etc. These facilities are dependant of the venue chosen. Please contact them for details.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Baby food or milk warming facilities may be available at the various restaurants and cafes that may be present at each site.
Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours has not told us about their dining options.
Food is available at some venues, in commercially run establishments, such as cafe's fish and chip shops etc. What is available is dependant on what venue is chosen.
No, Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours is not wheelchair friendly.
No, Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Trial a Bite Rock and Fossil Tours has not told us if they are dog friendly.