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Originally constructed during Napoleonic times in preparation for a possible invasion, Chatham's Fort Amherst was also used as a civil defence centre in both world wars. The Fort has been in a near constant state of restoration since the 1980's by...more
All reviews tunnel tour ghost hunt fright night naval memorial love history tunnel system interesting place napoleonic era great cafe picnic area well worth the visit interesting visit family ticket birthday party car park halloween volunteers
Excellent scary entertainment. Guided Tour of the Tunnels with Ghosts, Ghouls, Gremlins and every other monster you can imagine. The actors immerse themselves in their roles and touch, even manhandle you, spook and scare you. A great hours entertainment for a very reasonable fee. Take...More
Been going to this for years and every year it’s got worst. Not scary at all, actors are all pervs wanting to touch you up, to physical my wife has bruises all over her and I won’t be going again less effort this year and...More
Awarding the Fort Amherst Halloween team a gold medal for sheer raw enthusiasm, immense energy, imaginative presentation and the best Halloween experience available in Kent. A 'Must Go To' experience for all age groups for the total fun and happy excitement involved. Brilliant.
Who runs this carnage I do not know! no lighting and uneven flooring whilst getting battered and touched up by “creatures” I was grabbed hold of and a chainsaw put between my legs into my private region and then I pushed the man away and...More
Trust me when i say this place is amazing. Its full of history and ive never been to a more interesting place. And if that isn't enough they do the best halloween! And other events in the tunnels througout the year. 100% recommend!
If you want to be scared out of your mind and be apart of A yearly tradition that started it all off and put the scare in scare attraction then you need to visit Fort Amherst Halloween Horrors. Currently under new management by some of...More
Response from Kenneth B | Reviewed this property |
Like the answer above..I didn't see any notices and you had best contact the Fort staff to get an answer, however the rest of the fort is open to the public and is free to roam through as they have made a public footpath... More
Like the answer above..I didn't see any notices and you had best contact the Fort staff to get an answer, however the rest of the fort is open to the public and is free to roam through as they have made a public footpath through the middle of the fort, I can understand the problems if you had to leave your dog in a car in this weather.
Response from FortAmherst | Property representative |
Thank you for your question - we would advise that you speak with your supervisor on the night as he will be best placed to answer your query. We hope you have a great evening with us and a fascinating... More
Thank you for your question - we would advise that you speak with your supervisor on the night as he will be best placed to answer your query. We hope you have a great evening with us and a fascinating investigation.
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Travel Forum Posts
Rochester castle wedding photos? (2 Replies)
Hello, I am having a wedding reception at Fort Amherst on June 5. Before hand we are having some photos taken at Chatham Dockyards and Rochester Castle. I am wondering about the Castle .... do we need to pre-book this, or do we just pay our admission and just go where we want? Any advice would be appreicated!
September 01, 2009|
Hi, You can go into the grounds at Rochester Castle for free but if you want to go inside the castle itself you have to pay.