There are plenty of things to do in Gravesend and Gravesham. Use the area as a base and have access to wider Kent attractions as well as those in Gravesend.
Discover more about Gravesend's unique and historic position on the River Thames and its role as a maritime gateway to the Port of London. No other town in Kent can offer the Thames-side ambience of Gravesend. Learn more about the strong associations that celebrated people, including Charles Dickens, Pocahontas, and General Gordon have with Gravesham. Enjoy walking, cycling or horse-riding in the exceptional local countryside and popular country parks and meander around charming local villages with their pleasant pubs and restaurants. Visit the centre of one of Kent's great estates at Cobham Hall and take a stroll in Cobham Park's historic landscape. Invade Gravesham's unique ‘cluster' of defence heritage and wonder at the craftsmanship of the new Sri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara and the serenity of historic churches in borough.
Track the new visitor attractions recently opened and others that will be forthcoming in the months and years ahead and that will make a visit to Gravesham even more worthwhile. The new Kent Cyclopark and the Town Pier Pontoon have now officially opened their doors to visitors. They will be followed by the opening of a new Charles Dickens Visitor Centre at Gad's Hill Place and the building of the Ebbsfleet Landmark. Never be at a loss for what to do in Gravesend and Gravesham!