Things to see and do - Rochester
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The Romans built Durobrivae to guard the River Medway crossing point. Later, the Normans built a castle here in the 12C. It still dominates the river, cathedral and town, which once had ramparts and is bisected by its High Street. Rochester and the Medway estuary are the setting for several novels by Charles Dickens, to whom the Charles Dickens Centre is dedicated.
Tourist attractions Rochester : Things to see and do
rd. Dock GB - Chatham ME4 4TE
Created during the reign of Henry VIII, this cradle of Britain's maritime power witnessed the construction of around 500 ships. The Royal Navy left the site in 1984. Today, the Historic Dockyard is open to the public and gives demonstrations. Visitor..
Garth House, The Precinct GB - Rochester ME1 1SX
Bishop Gundulf (1024-1108) held England's second episcopal see from 1077 until he died in 1108. The cathedral was subsequently extended on two occasions and is mostly 12 and 13C.
GB - Rochester ME1 1SW
The early curtain walls were built by Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester and architect of Rochester Cathedral. The present keep was built in 1127 by William of Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, and its ruins are an outstanding example of Norman military a..
Medway Valley Leisure Park, Chariot Way GB - Strood ME2 2SS
This Premier Inn is located on the riverfront at Rochester’s Medway Valley Leisure Park. It is just one minute from junction 2 of the M2 and offers free parking. Rooms at the Premier Inn Rochester feature TVs, tea/coffee making facilities and Wi-Fi ..
7-8 New Road Av GB - Chatham ME4 6BB
With free parking and free high-speed Wi-Fi throughout, St George Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Chatham Railway Station. There is a traditional restaurant, modern bedrooms and a bar with games room. The bedrooms at St George each have a modern en su..
16-18 High Street GB - Rochester ME1 1PX