The Battle of Britain Memorial tells the story of the heroes of the Battle of Britain, the men of the RAF who kept the Luftwaffe at bay in 1940
There are 37 attractions to choose from
We tell the story of Britain’s most famous fighter station through the personal experiences of those who served there, and the community that
The historical Broome Park Estate was established during the reign of Charles I and has, as its centrepiece, a magnificent Grade 1 listed Mansion
Founded in 597 AD. Mother Church of the Anglican Communion. Romanesque Crypt, 12th century Quire, 14th century Nave. Stunning medieval stained
A unique country house set in 35 acres of beautiful grounds, exhibiting fascinating collections from Japan, Ancient Egypt and more.
Deal Castle is one of the finest artillery works in the country, offering exciting battlements, dark passages and a fantastic exhibition to
The awesome medieval fortress standing strong on the iconic white cliffs of Kent. A full day out like no other, from winding underground tunnels
Drapers Windmill, Margate, was built by John Holman of Canterbury c1845 and restored by the Drapers Windmill Trust in 1965-75. Now
Grade 1 listed 16th century town house in the heart of historic Rochester.
Explore 2000 years of Faversham’s history. Discover it’s role as a major port,(member of the Cinque Ports), take a seat on a powder keg (empty),
BRITAIN’S BIGGEST NAPOLEONIC FORTRESS - Fort Amherst was built during Napoleonic times to defend Medway from a land-based attack.Take
Lying above the valley of the River Stour in the picturesque Kent Downs, the village of Chilham offers a real taste of history.
Experience centuries of history at the romantic double-moated castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn.
Medieval moated manor house dating from 1320. Includes a Great Hall, Chapel, Medieval Crypt and Library. Set within gardens
Visitors never forget their first breathtaking vision of Leeds Castle in Kent, rising majestically from the moat as it has done for 900 years.
Built c. AD 75 and extended several times during 300 years of Roman occupation, a visit to Lullingstone allows you to explore Roman history at the
One of 74 towers built along the South Coast between 1805 and 1812 to resist the threatened French invasion, it has been restored to its original
Set in the beautiful Weald of Kent, Penshurst Place and Gardens is a medieval home dating from the 14th century.
Situated near the picturesque village green in Westerham, this redbrick house has 16th century origins as well as many fascinating features from
We display aircraft and artifacts to show the history of RAF at Manston
An historic town walk specially organised for The Kent Big Weekend.
Take a guided tour of Ramsgate Tunnels and discover how the residents of Ramsgate survived WWII in a labyrinth of tunnels
Evocatively sited amid the East Kent marshes, this is perhaps the most symbolically important of Roman sites in Britain, witnessing the
The great keep of Rochester Castle towers over the River Medway and by its side, an inseparable twin, the magnificent cathedral shares and
Grade II listed Victorian Dockworkers Cottage. Front-room, parlour, scullery, ladies bedroom, nursery. Small Art and History exhibition Gallery.
One of the world’s most mysterious places: a series of underground passageways covered by 2000sqft of exquisite shell mosaic.
Nestled in the Kentish countryside, this picture-perfect cottage and barn theatre is a humble oasis that once belonged to renowned Victorian
Once equal in size and importance to the nearby cathedral, the Abbey once marked the rebirth of Christianity in Southern England. Today it
The Stagecoach Express service runs between the historic city of Canterbury and the bustling Chatham Waterfront via Faversham and Hempstead
Step into the heart of Chatham’s legendary ship building heritage and return to the ‘Age of Sail’, when the Dockyard built mighty ships that won
Originally dug as a chalk mine in the 18th century, the Caves have been welcoming visitors since 1863. Previously a rich mans
One of Margate's oldest surviving building, the beautiful Tudor Gentleman Farmers House dates back from 1525.
Get blown away by the tallest Smock Mill in Britain. Seven floors (limited disabled access), great views, and hands-on experiences. A WHEELS OF
An Elizabethan artillery fortress built on the orders of the Queen in 1559 to defend ships moored in the River Medway and Chatham Dockyard.
Faversham, a town steeped in history from pre-Roman times. Today, it is home to more than 450 listed buildings, many with very interesting
Take a fresh look at the castle that was once home to the Duke of Wellington. Enjoy the castle, explore the gardens and take in the newly
Fully working Grade II* Kentish Smock Windmill with tea room and shop located in the adjacent Barn Cafe.