Commercial Place, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2BT
This architectural gem is the oldest building in the borough (1189) and offers a fascinating insight into Gravesham's heritage with the aid of high quality displays,contemporary artefacts, and brand new audio tour.
Watling Street, South of Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9AF
Cyclopark opened in May 2012 and is showcased as Kent's newest multi sports activity venue, offering first class BMX, cycling, skateboarding, running and extreme sports facilities.
Saddington Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 1AG
The magnificent Sri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara is the new place of worship for the sizeable Sikh community who live in Gravesend, but it is sure to draw interest and visitors from much further afield.
The Hill, Northfleet, Kent, DA11 9ES
The church was built as a memorial to Alfred Tolhurst, an important figure in the area.
The Woodville, Woodville Place, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 1DD
Located on the lower ground floor of the Woodville Theatre British Painter the gallery is open during exhibitions Monday to Saturday 9am to 8pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm.
Valley Drive, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 4DA
A large grassy hill that overlooks much of residential Gravesend. Complete with kids park, adjoining open space and a small amount of woodland it is one of Gravesend's more popular parks.
Woodville Place, Gravesend, DA12 1DD
The Woodville Theatre is one of the larger, versatile arts and entertainment venues in North Kent providing a regular programme of music, comedy and exhibitions and annual pantomime
West Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0BJ
Take a stroll on the Pier out over the river or gently unwind with a leisurely meal or drink. You can also sail up and down the River Thames from the newly installed pontoon, on board barges or paddle steamers
Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA11
Large expanse of greenery just outside the heart of Gravesend. Perfect place for a family picnic, a game of football, mini-golf or just a sit in the sun outside the cafe.
Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, DA12
Adjacent to St. Andrew's Arts Centre, families set sail from the tiny Bawley Bay to start a new life in Australia and New Zealand. It is not unusual for descendants of these families to return at this point when tracing their ancestors.
Camer Park Road, Camer, Meopham, Kent, DA13 0XT
Camer Park is comprised of 45 acres of designated Area Outstanding Natural Beauty (AoNB). Following the death of its last resident, the Camer estate was sold to Strood Rural District Council in 1967 and converted to a public park in 1971.
Thong Lane, Gravesend, DA12 4LG
Cascades Leisure Centre at Thong Lane, Gravesend offers fun for all the family. The major attraction is the leisure pool with its waves, fountains, wild water channel, waterfall and two exhilarating water slides.
Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, DA12 2BE
The Clarendon Royal Hotel is a 13 bedroom riverside hotel. The hotels also boasts a bar and restaurant as part of this exciting new redevelopment on Gravesend's historic riverside.
Cobham Hall, Cobham, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 3BL
A large house standing in 150 acres of Repton's landscape garden and dating from 1587. It includes work by Inigo Jones, Wyatt and the Adam brothers. Cobham Hall is now a girls school.
Cobham Park is located south of the A2 and CTRL, between Gravesend and Medway (Shorne & Cobham turnoff from the A2), and lies to the east of Cobham village.
Old Perry Street, Northfleet, DA11 8BU
Cygnet leisure centre offers the very latest in body conditioning equipment in its Outline Fitness Centre and the Health Suite is a very pleasant environment in which to relax, meet friends and enjoy the steam room, sauna or spa bath.
Rochester Road, Higham, Gravesend, Kent, ME3 7DS
When he was a boy Charles Dickens and his father took a walk through Kent. On Gravesend Road they passed a house called Gad's Hill Place. Young Charles was very impressed. He bought the house in 1856 and lived there until his death in 1870.
Upper Rose Gallery, Bluewater, Greenhithe, Kent, DA9 9ST
Bluewater, Europe's largest and most innovative retail and leisure destination.
Milton Place, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2BT
The Gordon Gardens area has a splendid display of flowers, mature plants and trees, with paths leading around the small lake, The pleasant riverside gardens offer visitors a restful environment and a great playground area for children.
Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2BE
Remains of one of five artillery blockhouses built along the Thames shoreline by King Henry VIII, Gravesend's Tudor Blockhouse can be easily seen in Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, situated by the Clarendon Royal Hotel lawn.
Old Road West, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0LS
The oldest part of Gravesend Cemetery was originally developed as pleasure gardens in the Victorian era as a rival to the more well-known Rosherville Gardens.
Woodlands Park, Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 7LF
Enter the underground world of Cold War Britain of the 1950s. See a menacing atomic bomb and learn what might have happened if there had been a nuclear war.
Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, DA12 2BE
Next to St Andrew's stands the mission house. Built in 1840 as the Spread Eagle Tavern and subsequently taken over in 1870 by the St. Andrew's Waterside Church Mission, this is now a private home.
Commercial Place, Gravesend, DA12 2BF
A purpose built Georgian Customs House in Whitehall Place, Gravesend, dates back to 1815, and marks Gravesend's long association with the checking of cargo and the collection of duties at the gateway to the Port of London.
Henhurst Road, Cobham, Kent, DA12 3AN
You will find the 360 acres of greenspace at Jeskyns a great place to relax, play, learn, explore and enjoy.