The stately home of Quex House is home to the Powell-Cotton collection of African artefacts and natural history. Over the years 1885 to 1939 Major Percy Powell-Cotton and his family amassed an amazing collection of oddments, from mammals to carvings, covering Africa, India, and the Far East. Most of the collection is on display in a specially built museum beside the early 19th-century house, but the house itself is bursting at the seams with curiosities gathered from all over the globe. Quex Park,
England, CT7 0BH
The Guildhall is one of the most historic buildings in Rochester. It was built in 1687 and features wonderful plasterwork ceilings. The ceilings were created in 1695 as result of a donation from Sir Cloudsley Shovel, MP for Rochester.
A museum covering the long history of Royal Engineers, from the Norman Conquest to the present day. More than just a collection of military memorabilia, the museum has a wide-ranging display of fascinating historical objects associated with the Corps of Royal Engineers and its historic forebears. Included are such unique items as a set of Chinese embroidery given to General Gordon, Zulu shields taken at Roarke's Drift, even war diaries of WWI engineers. Prince Arthur Road,
England, ME4 4UG
The Seaside Museum coveres the rich heritage of Herne Bay, from local geology to the town's Victorian heyday as a seaside resort. Learn about Herne Bay's links to the famous Bouncing Bomb, see Roman artefacts from Reculver Fort and discover the town's history as a smuggler's haven. 12 William Street,
England, CT6 5EJ
A small museum preserving artefacts of local life for Tenterden and area. The museum is housed in a small weatherboarded house, a short stroll away from the depot of the Tenterden historic railway line. Station Road,
England, TN30 6HN
A museum covering the history of Royal Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding area. The museum was founded by Dr George Abott of the local Literary and Scientific Society in 1885. The original home of the museum was the lobby of the Society's headquarters on the Pantiles.
Civic Centre, Mount Pleasant Road, Tunbridge Wells,
England, TN1 1JN
The Ship Hotel New Romney is a 15th century pub & hotel situated in the heart of Romney Marsh. With a large restaurant seating over 70 people a conservatory a fully heated patio garden 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms & an indoor & outdoor bar. The hotel is tastefully decorated … more >>