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#1 of 1 Museums in Ash
The fire engine Museum is a fantastic little gem a real fire engine to climbing with hats you can even pretend to drive it little play area climbing frame also Museum and lots of other things to see if you're driv...
Had a great fun afternoon with my nephew's at this museum, located hidden at the back of the garden centre, this museum has a great range of historical firefighter equipment along with a fire engine the children c...

The Shoreham Aircraft Museum

Shoreham 5.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Shoreham
This museum houses both aircraft and related exhibits from the Battle of Britain and is unique in having portraits of the airmen involved in specific events, their stories and in some cases personal items alongsid...
A fantastic display of RAF memorobila well displayed with information added, Great friendly volunters well worth a visit by all ages as there is something for all.

Guildhall Museum

Rochester 9.3 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Rochester
I love visiting this museum it is full of interesting objects and facts and it is also free which is a real bonus, great for an afternoon out with the children would recommend a visit.
Whether it's the mini cinema showing a recreation of Charles Dickens spending time at Rochester, or the public cameras you control, that let you look around the area, the exhibits with years of local history or th...
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The Chantry

Gravesend 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Gravesend
Located within the same grounds as the New Tavern Fort is Gravesend’s oldest building which used to be a 14th century chapel and then later a tavern.
Located within the grounds of New Tavern Fort is Gravesend's oldest building, although not the largest of buildings.