Faversham was the centre of the nation's explosive’s industry for 400 years, and the 18th century Chart Gunpowder Mills are the oldest of their kind in the world...
Fleur De Lis Heritage Centre
‘This museum is sure to be a hit with all your family as there is just so much to see and do’ (Kent Life Magazine).
Thames Sailing Barge Greta
Arrange a day out with a difference and enjoy a trip on the Thames Sailing barge Greta available for daily, weekend or full week charters and static functions.
Macknade Fine Foods
Macknade Fine Foods is one of the country’s leading food halls, built on a 170 year history of food, farming and retailing in Faversham.
Belmont House and Gardens
Belmont is an elegant 18th Century house, home to 6 generations of the Harris family. It contains many mementos of the family’s history and travels.
Creek Creative Studios
Creek Creative is an art and design community hub and not-for-profit company based in an extensive former Victorian brewery near Faversham Creek.
St. Mary of Charity
The parish church of St Mary of Charity has roots that extend back to pre-Christian days. It is the largest parish church in Kent, denoting the importance of Faversham in the middle Ages.
Oare Gunpowder Works
Gunpowder was produced at Oare for 250 years until 1934. Visitors can follow this history through displays and models at the Visitor Centre
Visitor Information Centre
Faversham is one of Kent's most delightful and historic market towns combining all the advantages of being just off the beaten track with easy access to first-class national and international transport links.
Sandhurst Farm Forge
Charles Dickinson is a third generation Farrier and Blacksmith, now working as an “Artist Blacksmith” with over 40 years’ experience. Having done a seven year apprenticeship, he has worked as a General and Agricultural blacksmith as well as a farrier since the age of 16.
This picturesque 13th century building is almost all that remains of a medieval hospital which provided overnight accommodation for Canterbury pilgrims and royalty on their way to and from the Continent.
Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre
Join an expert guide for an award-winning tour through the heart of this busy, working brewery to see how Shepherd Neame’s traditional Kentish ales and contemporary...
Brogdale is home to the world’s largest collection of fruit trees and bushes. The collection preserves over 4000 varieties dating back to the Roman Times.
Indoor Pools open all year round with the added bonus of three heated outdoor pools from May to September. The outdoor pools are popular with children and families who can picnic and sunbathe on the grass all day.
Doddington Place Gardens
Doddington Place is surrounded by wooded countryside and in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The lovely 10 acre landscaped gardens include woodland, rock and sunk gardens.
National Shrine of St. Jude
The National Shrine of Saint Jude, based at Tanners Street is dedicated to the honour of one of the twelve apostles: Saint Jude.
Mount Ephraim Gardens
Mount Ephraim Gardens provide the perfect setting for a relaxing day out, ten acres of landscaped gardens, nestled amongst surrounding orchards and pasture.