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Dover Castle
 

Dover Castle

Dover Castle is one of the areas most celebrated sights, offering the chance to take a tour of the secret tunnels running underneath the castle, which were used throughout the Second World War. Using the latest light, film and sound technology, the team at the castle have created a truly interactive experience.www.english-heritage.org.uk
 
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Dover museum
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Dover Museum is one of the oldest museums in Kent, founded over 150 years ago in 1836. The history galleries tell the story of the development of Dover and its port with the help of original objects, graphics and models.
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East Kent Railway
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From Deal to Dover Transport Museum via Eythorne Station running a free service - August Bus Service to Dover Transport Museum from Eythorne Runs from SHEPHERDSWELL to EYTHORNE Approx. 4 mile round trip!

For more details of joining the East Kent Railway Society please Tel: 01304 - 821007

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Crabble Corn Mill
 

Crabble Corn Mill

Since its rescue from demolition in the late eighties, the Crabble Corn Mill has been a popular attraction. Boasting one of the most complete examples of a Georgian watermill, the mill is one of the finest of its kind throughout Europe. Visitors can tour the mill, and explore an extensive exhibition which tells its incredible story, which is said to date from 1227! ww.ccmt.org.uk/
 
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Dover museum Bronze Age Boat gallery
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A new addition to the museum is the recently opened Dover Bronze Age Boat gallery. The major new gallery tells the story of the excavation and preservation of the Dover Boat, as well as exploring the Bronze Age, using artifacts, replicas, models, video, computer interactive, hands-on exhibits and illustrated panels. The ground floor exhibitions trace Dover's history from the Stone Age to the Saxons, and include Britain's earliest shipwreck, the building of Dover's Roman forts, and gorgeous Saxon jewellery from the collections of the British Museum.