Listen to stories from Rochester's past and see many of the outstanding historic buildings, which include Tudor timbered buildings, Georgian terraces, Victorian civic buildings and two bridges across the River Medway.
The tour takes in the grounds of the Norman castle that dominates Rochester and was under siege in 1215. The tour ends at Rochester Cathedral, the second oldest Cathedral in England which possesses fine Norman arches, medieval graffiti and one of England’s finest medieval wall paintings.
With Rob Smith.
Meeting point: Rochester station ME1 1NH. You must provide your own transport.
You can also book both this walk and visit to the Huguenot Museum at a discounted price
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