Historical Sites and Buildings
White Cliffs of Dover
There can be no doubt that The White Cliffs of Dover are one of this country's most spectacular natural features.
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Built by the order of King Henry VIII it is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England.
Walmer Castle and Gardens
This castle, now in the care of English Heritage, was built in 1540 as part of Henry Vlll's chain of coastal defences.
Battle of Britain Memorial
A stone figure of a pilot in contemplative mood stands as a permanent tribute to those who served their country so unselfishly in her hour of need.
One of the most important and impressive fortifications in Britain, a series of strong points linked by miles of ditches on the western hilltop above Dover.
One of the most important and impressive fortifications in Britain - a series of strong points linked by miles of ditches on the western hilltop above Dover.
A unique triple staircase, winding round a central light-well, dropping 140 feet through the cliffs.
Archcliffe Fort stands on a headland overlooking Dover harbour, known as Archcliffe Point.
Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail
A self-guided trail route links 31 of Dover's historic buildings, sites and monuments.
Dover Town Hall
The Maison Dieu was founded by Hubert de Burgh, then the Constable of Dover Castle in 1203.
Fan Bay Deep Shelter
These abandoned and forgotten tunnels within the White Cliffs of Dover remind us of a time past.
Situated on the high ground to the north of Dover Castle, Fort Burgoyne was built to protect the castle.
The foundations of a small medieval church, traditionally the site of King John's submission to the Papal Legate in 1213.
Richborough Roman Fort
Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre is an English Heritage site sited amid the East Kent marshes.
Roman Painted House
The Roman Painted House was discovered by Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in the 1970s. Built about AD 200 it formed part of a large mansion or official hotel.
Built during the reign of Elizabeth I The Guildhall has been enlarged and modified in more recent times.
St Clement's Church
A small church, set between the house and outbuildings of Knowlton Court, medieval in origin but outwardly Victorian.
St Edmund's Chapel
St Edmund's Chapel is probably the smallest church in England still in regular use.
St Mary's Church Capel-le-Ferne
This church is remote from the road and squats snugly on bleak downland above Folkestone, looking towards France.
St Mary's Church Sandwich
St Mary's occupies what may be the oldest church site in Sandwich, where a 7th century convent was founded of which nothing now survives.
St Mary's Church, Dover
The parish church of St Mary-the-Virgin is nearly 1000 years old, and is situated in the heart of Dover just along from Market Square.
St Peter's Church
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