Explore the Kingdom of Kent
Once a separate kingdom, and England's oldest county, Kent can trace trails deep into an enthralling past. Here are just a few self-drive itneraries to help you explore Kent's heritage.
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In 2015, we invite you visit England and commemorate, along with the 10 Charter towns and the many towns and villages connected with thie period of history, the 800th anniversary of this cornerstone of modern freedom.
As we approach three momentous anniversaries in 2014 – 100 years since the outbreak of World War One, 75 since the outbreak of World War Two and 70 since D-Day.
Kent invites you to come on a friendly invasion.
Make Dover your base to journey along the ‘frontline of history'. Centuries of defence-boosting activity, from the reign of Henry VIII to World War II, are right here in Kent.
The Kent coast has long been the gateway to friends and foe, and each has left a mark. Come and retrace their steps on an enthralling historical adventure.
Henry II, one of England's most powerful kings, reigned (1154-89) over truly dramatic episodes in the country's history. Visit the evocative locations where crucial scenes played out.
Reach deep into the country's spiritual heartland at sone of the mightiest cathedrals in England, then get off the beaten track to some of the lesser-known treasures.
The Garden of England has been playground to royals and aristocrats for centuries. Come and relive the razzle-dazzle of high society and be inspired by the present day lords and ladies who keep alive Kent's rich heritage.
Tour Kent's magnificent castles and stately houses to find the scrumptious real-life settings for the dramatic love intrigues of King Henry VIII.
Tour Kent in the footsteps of Kings and Queens both past and present, to cathadrals, castles and coast top hear compelling tale and viewdazzling treasures