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Dover Castle Admission Ticket

1. Dover Castle Admission Ticket

Step into the vibrant world of Henry II’s medieval royal palace and follow lifelike hologram figures round the private chambers, guest rooms, and great hall, along with the kitchen and armories. After immersing yourself in life at the 12th-century court, climb to the roof of the Great Tower for amazing panoramic views over the huge medieval castle, which was one of the strongest in England. Enjoy the unique experience of the secret wartime tunnels, telling the story of the 1940 Miracle of Dunkirk using film, audio, and archive photography. Witness the evacuation of over 300,000 British and allied troops as the rescue operation is played out before your eyes.

Kent: Leeds Castle Admission Ticket

2. Kent: Leeds Castle Admission Ticket

Visit one of the most popular historic attractions in Britain, and take in the grounds of a medieval castle. Set amongst a Kentish parkland, the castle grounds host afternoon teas, falconry displays, adventure golf, and classic gardens. Take in Leeds Castle, an 11th century Norman stronghold, and uncover how the British would have lived year after year in the huge architectural feat. Learn how England’s kings and queens would have used the 500 acres of grounds for their pleasure. Discover how the Anglo-American heiress Lady Baillie restored and transformed the castle into an elegant 20th-century retreat. Today it stands with grounds to explore through the Princess Alexandra Gardens and a yew tree maze designed by Adrian Fisher. Enjoy afternoon tea, and falconry shows.

Chartwell House Tour: Home of Sir Winston Churchill

3. Chartwell House Tour: Home of Sir Winston Churchill

Your guide will meet you at your hotel and you’ll head off on a private drive through the English countryside on this 1-3 hour tour. The duration of the tour depends on whether you choose to add a visit to Quebec House. Set in the beautiful rolling hills of Kent, and just a short drive south of London, lies the family home of legendary former Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill. The house is exactly as Churchill left it and much of the gardens are as he arranged them. It's well worth taking some time to explore the gardens and the larger estate. Churchill was one of the most talented figures in history in the political arena, as was also an accomplished writer, historian, and artist. Many of his paintings are on display in a gallery on the estate. Close by is Quebec House, the home of General Wolfe, who captured Quebec. You can visit the house in addition to Chartwell House for an additional fee.

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What people are saying about Kent

It’s an amazing place! Lots of things to see. We arrived around 12 noon and spent more than 4hours in the castle but I didn’t get enough. The staff are very helpful and friendly. At the arrival they gave us a map and some useful informations too. There is a carpark, a restaurant and also lots of places to have a snack or just simply sit down and enjoy the wonderful view.

We did both the underground Hospital and the Operation Dynamo tours. The Hospital tour was definitely worth doing. The Operation Dynamo tour was more of a history in short video clips - disappointing. The Castle itself and the Battkements totally worth doing.

There was a special event when we had visited so it was a different experience. Overall the whole castle was really nice and beautiful, would definitely recommend visiting.

Lots of hills and steps so would be hard for anyone not very mobile but a very enjoyable day.

Wonderful day, be sure to wear good walking footwear as the place is huge!!!