Hall Place & Gardens

Bourne Road
Bexley DA5 1PQ


Hall Place is a Grade I listed Tudor country house originally built in 1537 and also with a 17th century courtyard built by later owner Sir Robert Austen.

Herne Bay Museum & Gallery

12 William Street
Herne Bay CT6 5EJ


This coastal museum features the story of the Victorian seaside resort of Herne Bay and its surrounding area, with exciting finds from nearby Reculver Roman fort. Displays include local paintings, prints and photos, mammoth tusks and fossils from local beaches, coastal wildlife and a Barnes Wallis Bouncing Bomb prototype from World War Two. Among display themes are seaside holidays and attractions, the town's piers, clock tower and the development of the resort.

Historic Dockyard Chatham

The Historic Dockyard
Chatham ME4 4TZ


A unique, award winning maritime heritage destination with a fantastic range of attractions, iconic buildings and historic ships to explore, plus a fabulous programme of temporary exhibitions at No 1 Smithery. Make rope on the Victorian Ropery Tour; be gripped by stories of life aboard our three historic warships and hear of heroic stories in the RNLI Historic Lifeboat Collection.

Home Front Bus

2 Broadfield Crescent
Folkestone CT20 2PH


Home Front Bus is a unique Living History Experience. The classic double decker bus houses detailed reconstructions of a 1940s living room, a shop, a bombed out street and an air raid shelter, each containing period features and artefacts replicating the sights and sounds on the Home Front during World War 2.

Huguenot Museum

95 High Street
Rochester ME1 1LX


Opening Summer 2015. The Huguenot Museum tells the story of Britain's first refugees: the skills they brought to the UK, their descendants, and relevance to the story of refugees today. 'We help people to better understand the present by learning about the past, enabling us to make connections between Huguenot history and the world around us.'.