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As an English Heritage member, since I was staying in the area I thought I would check this place out. You can't miss it with the way it looks!
I was greeted by a very welcoming lady who was clearly enthusiastic about the place and...More
On the third day of a pilgrimage on foot from London to Canterbury I was interested to visit Maison Dieu in the knowledge that pilgrims had been calling in here for centuries for rest before the final day's walk.
With very informative displays and helpful...More
Really enjoyed my visit to Maison Dieu. Entry is only £3,or free with English heritage membership.I have a particular interest in historical attractions that involve the Romans and this enabled me to indulge my interest fully.Lots of fascinating Roman relics on display here uncovered from...More
This house and museum is a little gem, at £3 entry you can't go wrong. It is small, like most medieval buildings, but it contains a lot of history and has seen many of England's Kings and Queens go past throughout history. It was once...More
A 13th century flint and timber-framed building with a small collection of Roman artefacts which had been excavated locally. The building was originally part of a hospital and is situated on the old Roman built Watling road; which is still busy with local traffic despite...More
Firstly it's important to time your visit as the museum is only open 6 hours a week on Sat and Sun afternoons - no doubt this is because it relies on volunteers who on this occasion were very friendly and helpful. This is a slightly...More