Gravesend Promenade FREE
This broad promenade is the ideal place for a stroll along the riverside on a sunny day. There is a park and cafe too.Recommended by Lucy Osborne, Gravesend“'its just our local main park but it is right next to the river, you can watch the boats go by and feed the swans, lovely cafe, lovely well maintained gardens, good variety of parks, have good free events on such as fireworks displays and regattas and 2 day festivals'”
English Heritage - Mainly encased in brick but still retaining its 14th century timber roof, this was in turn part of a hospital,.
Chatham Historic Dockyard Railway
Situated within the Historic Dockyard of Chatham, the CHDR has just under 1 mile of line to operate demonstration trains.
Cobham Wood And Mausoleum
National Trust - A recently restored 18th-century mausoleum, designed by James Wyatt, and set in peaceful woodland.
English Heritage - Strategically placed astride the London Road, guarding an important crossing of the River Medway.
English Heritage - Spend a great family day out at Tilbury Fort in Essex. Explore the magazine houses or the bastion magazine.
|No 2 Office Block, The Fort|
English Heritage - Part of a manor house of the Knights Templar, built in about 1240, with a fine first floor hall.
Coalhouse Fort FREE
Coalhouse Fort was built between the years 1861 and 1874 partly under the direction of General Gordon (of Khartoum).
|Princess Margaret Road|
Chatham Historic Dockyard
Chatham Historic Dockyard is a maritime museum on part of the site of the former royal/naval dockyard at Chatham.☎ 01634823800Recommended by Varney Singh, London
Fort Amherst FREE
Britain’s largest Napoleonic Fortress and provides a great day out for all the family.☎ 01634847747Recommended by Steve Daniels, Maidstone
Dickens World takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Charles Dickens’ lifetime.
National Trust - Family home of the renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker.
English Heritage - Magical Elizabethan castle set in tranquil grounds.Recommended by Sue Bell, East Farleigh
Kent Police Museum
The Police Museum was started as a collection of Police memorabilia in the 1960's by officers who wanted to show our history.
Royal Engineers Museum And Library
Fascinating look at the Royal Engineers.☎ 01634822839
Ashenbank Wood FREE
The Woodland Trust owns 29.95ha of Ashenbank Wood, the majority of which was bought in 1984.
AMF Bowling Gravesend
Tenpin bowling and entertainment venue.Recommended by Helen Mudd, Gravesend
Cobham Bowls Club
One of the oldest bowls clubs in Kent.☎ 01474813072
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03330144501Recommended by David Jones, Chatham
Multi-screen cinema.☎ 03303334444
Multi-purpose arts centre offering an eclectic programme.Recommended by Betty Gray, Gravesend
Woodville Halls Theatre
Popular local theatre.☎ 01474337774
Thriving arts centre where you can explore theatre, dance classes, gallery exhibitions and arts workshops.
Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club
Cascades Leisure Centre
Modern leisure centre offering a vast range of activities for all ages.Recommended by Clare McDonald, Gravesend
At Medway Park there is something for everyone.