Deal Castle
Victoria Road, Deal CT14 7BA Tel: 01304 372762

Description:
Low austere and menacing looking castle, well preserved, built by Henry V111 as part of a string of Kent coastal defenses. Nearby Walmer Castle of similar design. On the other side of Deal Sandowne Castle has now been washed away.

Location:
About half mile from Deal town centre. Deal is on the East coast of Kent between Dover and Ramsgate. Parking O.K. Rail: Deal

Opening Times:
Apr-Oct 10-6 Nov-Mar 10-4 Wed-Sun

Disabled Access:
Courtyards and ground floor only

Admission Prices:
Adults £2.80 Children £1.40 conc £2.10 EH free

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dolphin Sailing Barge Museum
Crown Quay Lane, Sittingbourne ME10 3SN Tel: 01795 423215

Description:
Museum of the spritsail sailing barge. Barges repaired.

Location:
Sittingbourne junc 5 M2 or A2 sign posted

Opening Times:
Easter - Oct Sundays and BH 11-5 or by arrangement

Admission Prices:
Adults £1.50 Children 75p

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOVER CASTLE
TEL 01304 211067 Special events call 01304 202 754

Location
On the cliff above the port of Dover. Sign posted from town.

Opening Times
10am-4pm 1 Nov- 31 Mar 9.30am- 6pm or dusk (whichever earliest) Mar-Nov

Admission Prices
Adults £6 Children £3 Conc. £4.50 includes tour of secret wartime tunnels

 

 

 

 

 

Dungerness A & B Visitors Centre
Dungerness TN29 9PP Tel: 01797 321815

Description:
Tours of A & B power stations available except for under 5's who are allowed in the visitor centre where games are available.

Location:
From Romney take the B2075 from Romney to Dungerness

Opening Times:
Apr-Oct 10-4 Nov-May by appointment

Admission Prices:
Free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emmetts Garden
Sunbridge near Sevenoaks TN14 6AY Tel: 01732 750367/750429

Description:
Tree & shrub garden. Very beautiful in the spring. Views accross the Weald

Location:
1.5 miles south of Sunbridge. Take junction 5 on M25 onto A25. Nearest rail: Sevenoaks

Opening Times:
Apr-Oct Sat, Sun & Wed & Bank holiday Mons

Admission Prices:
Adults £3 Children £1.50

 

 

 

 

 

Eynsford Castle
0800 696 696

Description:
One of the first stone castles built by the Normans. The moat and remains of the wall and hall can still be seen. Roman attractions nearby.

Location:
Junc 3 from M25 (SE London) then to Eynsford off A225 Rail: Eynsford

Opening Times:
Any reasonable time

Admission Prices:
Free