6 Poor Travellers - Cream - Rochester

The Six Poor Travellers’ House

The Six Poor Travellers’ House
This Grade One listed building is no longer used solely as an almshouse. The accommodation occupied by the resident custodian is designated an almshouse but the ground floor has been converted into a museum for all to visit

The house is usually open from Easter to 31st October every year at the following times:

Wednesday to Sunday
11am to 1pm
2pm to 4pm
Last entry 3.45pm

(During the winter period the house is closed for maintenance but often opens over weekends such as the Dickens Festival)

 

Explore inside the house via this Google Street View:

Rochester Castle - Cream - Rochester

The 12th-century keep or stone tower, which is the castle's most prominent feature, is one of the best preserved in England or France.

Situated on the River Medway and Watling Street, Rochester served as a strategically important royal castle. During the late medieval period it helped protect England's south-east coast from invasion. The first castle at Rochester was founded in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest.

 

The castle is open to the public Everyday at 10am - 4pm.
For the cost of £6.40 per adult & £4 per child, you can feel like a King for a day...

 

Climb the castle in our 360º Video:

For the best VR experience please play within the YouTube App or via the Chrome Browser.

 
Rochester Cathedral - Cream - Rochester

formally the Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an English church of Norman architecture in Rochester, Medway.

The church is the cathedral of the Diocese of Rochester in the Church of England and the seat of the Bishop of Rochester, the second oldest bishopric in England after that of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The edifice is a Grade I listed building.

 

The Cathedral is open to the public Everyday at 7.30am - 6pm (5pm Saturdays)
Why not take a Cathedral tour & learn a little more while you can?