A chance to see inside St Andrews’s Arts Centre, not normally open to the public except on event days. It was built in the 19th century as the St Andrew’s Mission to Seamen and stands of the River front with the tide lapping at its feet.
Standing beside the River Thames St Andrew’s Arts Centre is an interesting 19th Century piece of ecclesiastical building, with interesting features. Parking is limited. There is further parking at the public car park at Gravesend Market. 2 hours of parking is free on a Saturday. You must obtain a parking ticket at the machine. Parking over 2 hours is chargeable.