With a developing tourism offer, Gravesham is keen to encourage group visits and we tailor opportunities to meet individual group requirements
Here are some ideas of visits that we can help to accommodate within the area. Please contact us for further information to help you plan your visit and to discuss your requirements. Guided tours for younger people also available.
- Pocahontas Promenade of Gravesend’s Heritage Riverside taking in St George’s Church the final resting place of Pocahontas.
- General Gordon in Gravesham – taking in the life and influence of General Gordon of Khartoum in the area.
- Gravesend and Milton Cemetery – former Victorian pleasure gardens on the Register of English Heritage Historic Parks and Gardens.
- A Walk around Windmill Hill – a look at the properties and hear about some of the characters who used to reside in this fascinating part of the town.
- Gravesend’s Secret Cold War bunker- an underground command post built in 1954 within Woodlands Park, originally known as Civil Defence Region 6.
- Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara – the largest single site Sikh Gurdwara complex in Europe.
- The Crossfire Trail – guided tour through Gravesend and Tilbury’s military defence past, with visits to the Tilbury and New Tavern Forts.
- Cobham Village Heritage Experience – walking tour of Gravesham’s most historic village, church and Cobham College.
- Cobham Hall – one of the finest houses in Kent, set within the 50 acres of grounds of Cobham Park, laid out by the famous landscape architect Sir Humphry Repton, with harmonizing buildings within the landscape, including the internationally important Darnley Mausoleum.
- Gad’s Hill Place – A unique opportunity to visit the former home of Charles Dickens at Higham.