Parish Church of St Mary of Charity, The

Parish Church of St Mary of Charity, Church Road
Faversham ME13 8GZ

The Parish Church of St Mary of Charity is set in the heart of the historic Market Town of Faversham, Kent. It has a wealth of artefacts for visitors to see including a medieval painted column (1306) - one of the finest examples in Britain today; brasses and 16th century misericords; and the likely resting place of King Stephen and Queen Matilda.

Parks & Gardens UK

Parks and Gardens Data Services, The Carley Partnership, St James's House, 8 Overcliffe
Gravesend DA11 0HJ

Parks & Gardens UK is a leading online resource dedicated to historic parks and gardens across the whole of the United Kingdom. The information on the website is available free of charge.

Penshurst Place & Gardens

Penshurst Place Penshurst
Tonbridge TN11 8DG

Though at its heart a medieval and Tudor building, the house has been modified and extended over the centuries. Eight architectural styles are evident, with plenty for visitors to explore in it's fascinating history - and still many mysteries to be revealed. Penshurst Place has been owned by the Sidney family since 1552.

Powell-Cotton Museum

Quex Park, Park Lane
Birchington CT7 0BH

Museum created by PHG Powell-Cotton (1866-1940) housing his collections from 25 expeditions to Africa and 5 trips to SE Asia between 1889 and 1939 (26 years actually on African soil). Three galleries of amazing animal diorama displays - the finest in this country - depicting more than 250 African and Asian mammals against their natural habitats.