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not excellent but a good place to go with the kids also free stuff to interact with but theres no tour guide and you would expect one in a place like this but its ok also there is a town not that far so when...More
This was an unexpected surprise for us, not in as much the artillery fort itself, but certainly the underground tunnels which provided a fascinating step back in time. The fort was originally designed to defend London against any enemy fleet advancing up the Thames River....More
We recently spent a week end at the fort during the "Fort in the Forties".This was the first time we had taken part in this event, we were very surprised and pleased at what we found. The organisation regarding the week end was second to...More
Very cheap entry to a very historic site, there is a lot to learn about here. New Tavern Fort was originally designed to defend London against an enemy fleet coming up the Thames River, then later saw the addition of anti-aircraft guns. The site isn't...More
We wandered around the fort and the gardens on a day trip to Gravsend and found the place to be very interesting, especially the artillery. The inside of the fort was closed when we were there but I saw enough to want to come back...More