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Rochester Castle stands on the east bank of the River Medway. The 12th-century keep or stone tower, which is the castle's most prominent feature, is one of the best preserved in England or France.
Rochester Cathedral, formally the Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an English church of Norman architecture.
Restoration House is a fine example of an Elizabethan mansion. It is so named after the visit of King Charles II on the eve of his restoration.
Eastgate House is a Grade I listed Elizabethan townhouse. It is notable for its association with author Charles Dickens, featuring as Westgate in The Pickwick Papers and as the Nun's House in The Mystery of Edwin Drood
The Guildhall is an historic Grade I listed building. It was constructed in 1697 and has been part of the Guildhall Museum since 1979.
The chalet sits in the Rochester museum's garden. It was in Gadshill and was where Charles Dickens wote his final works.
This grade II listed park is situated a short distance from Rochester High Street. It derives its name from the monks of nearby St. Andrews Priory who used the area as their vineyard. The park is known to have been a favourite haunt of Charles Dickens and is featured in several of his novels.
Temple Manor is a scheduled ancient monument and grade I listed building in Strood, Kent. The Manor has been owned by various religious, national and farming owners over 600 years.
The Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive is a military engineering museum and library in Gillingham. It tells the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and British military engineering in general
Upnor Castle is an Elizabethan artillery fort located on the west bank of the River Medway in Kent. It is in the village of Upnor, opposite and a short distance downriver from the Chatham Dockyard.
Chatham Historic Dockyard is a maritime museum on part of the site of the former royal/naval dockyard at Chatham.
Fort Amherst was constructed in 1756 at the southern end of the Brompton lines of defence to protect the southeastern approaches to Chatham Dockyard and the River Medway against a French invasion. Fort Amherst is now open as a visitor attraction throughout the year with tours provided through the tunnel complex.
Diggerland is the name of theme parks inspired by diggers and JCBs and is part of the H.E Services Group and Allsafety Limited.