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You can travel around Kent with Stagecoach, Arriva and Southeastern

There are 16 attractions to choose from

Archbishop's Palace, Otford

The remains of the Tudor Palace, home to the Archbisops of Canterbury for over 700 years, lie to the south of the centre of the Heritage Village

Battle of Britain Memorial

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

Drapers Windmill

Drapers Windmill, Margate, was built by John Holman of Canterbury c1845 and restored by the Drapers Windmill Trust in 1965-75. Now

Faversham Society Museum

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),

Fort Amherst

BRITAIN’S BIGGEST NAPOLEONIC FORTRESS - Fort Amherst was built during Napoleonic times to defend Medway from a land-based attack.Take

Minster Abbey, Nr Ramsgate

The Abbey dates back to 670 AD when it was founded by St Domneva on the site of St Mary's church. Much of the remaining building is

Royal Military Canal

The Royal Military Canal stretches for 28 miles hugging the old cliff line that borders the Romney Marsh

Sandwich Guildhall and Museum

Sandwich Guildhall Museum, situated in the heart of the town, tells the rich and varied story of Sandwich through the ages, from its

St George's Church

St George's is a fine example of Georgian church architecture, set in the heart of Gravesend. It's also believed to be the final

Town Pier

Formerly a passenger Pier, erected in 1834 at the bottom of the High Street it is the oldest remaining cast iron pier in the world

Union Windmill Cranbrook

Get blown away by the tallest Smock Mill in Britain. Seven floors (limited disabled access), great views, and hands-on experiences. A WHEELS OF