Gravesham Museum (online only)

Windmill Street
Gravesend DA12 1BE

At the click of your mouse you will be able to glimpse the cultural, social and commercial heritage of Gravesend, Northfleet and the nearby villages.

Guildhall Museum

High Street
Rochester ME1 1PY

The Guildhall Museum was built in 1687 and is one of the finest 17th century civic buildings in Kent. The main staircase and principal chamber have magnificently decorated plaster ceilings, given in 1695 by Admiral Sir Cloudsley Shovell who was a Member of Parliament for the city of Rochester at the time. Collections: At the Guildhall Museum you can look at what people made and used so many years ago. Reach back into the past with the help of evidence - from the huge Roman potteries by the river; from the busy farms scattered through the countryside; and from the important Roman town of Durobrivae itself.