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Archcliffe Fort

Description
Archcliffe Fort stands on a headland overlooking Dover harbour, known as Archcliffe Point
Battle of Britain Memorial

Battle of Britain Memorial

Description
Situated high on the White Cliffs, this stirring Memorial to the heroes of the Battle of Britain has become a place of pilgrimage for anyone with an interest in the remarkable story of how the RAF changed the course of World War ll.
Deal Castle

Deal Castle

Description
Deal Castle is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England. Today you can explore the whole castle, from the exciting dark passages to the first floor captain's residence.
Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail

Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail

Description
A new self-guided trail route, marked by distinctive Bluebird Heritage Trail bronze pavement markers, links 31 of Dover's historic buildings, sites and monuments. You'll be amazed by the wealth of our heritage!
Dover Castle

Dover Castle

Description
Discover 2000 years of history at Dover Castle! Step inside the Great Tower and immerse yourself in the medieval world and royal court of King Henry ll. Travel deep inside the White Cliffs and tour the Underground Hospital.
Dover Town Hall

Dover Town Hall

Description
The Maison Dieu, the oldest of the Town Hall buildings, was founded by Hubert de Burgh, then the Constable of Dover Castle in 1203.
Fan Bay Deep Shelter

Fan Bay Deep Shelter

Description
These abandoned and forgotten Second World War tunnels within the White Cliffs of Dover remind us of a time past.

Fort Burgoyne

Description
Fort Burgoyne is situated on the high ground to the north of Dover Castle. Following a Royal Commission in 1859 to consider the present defence fortifications of the UK, General Sir John Burgoyne suggested that a fort should be built to protect the castle from attack, fearing that an attacker could occupy the high ground and dominate the castle.
Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre

Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre

Description
An English Heritage site. The impressive ruins of the Roman Township at Richborough mark the point from which the Romans launched their successful invasion of Britain in AD 43. Extensive remains of the walls and defensive ditches can be seen.
Roman Painted House

Roman Painted House

Description
The Roman Painted House was discovered by Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in the 1970s. Built about AD 200 it formed part of a large mansio or official hotel for travellers crossing the English Channel. It is the finest surviving Roman Period House with unique painted walls (frescoes) and elaborate under floor heating (hypocaust).
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Telephone: 01304 201066    email: tic@doveruk.com