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Three places to see of English Heritage ONE DAY ONLY FREE ENTRY

  • Sep 14, 2013 · 9:00 AM

 Hello guys, as you hopefully know, each year the English Heritage offers free entry to some museums throughout the UK. And this Saturday 14th we gonna visit some of them!

We ve checked so many of them and have decided to go to three places, the best that we found in South East England:
- Whitstable Playhouse,
- Tonbridge Castle,
- High Rocks.

09.00 start near Waterloo station ( South Bank Center on Belvedere Road and Concert Hall approach crossing, SE1 8XX)


The Whitstable Playhouse is a thriving amateur theatre in a beautifully converted church, with a 180 seat auditorium and full facilities for live theatre. Tours by the Lindley Players. Refreshments and tours of stage, control box, workshops and dressing rooms.

Then we ll go to harbour and depends of weather and if it s open we ll see Whitstable Castle (it can be booked for weddings )


Reputedly England's finest example of a Motte & Bailey castle with a 13th century gatehouse. The Gatehouse, excluding battlements, will be open throughout the weekend for visitors and a Medieval Fair takes place from 1000-1700. There will be exhibitions by Tonbridge Civic Society, Tonbridge Historical Society and Tonbridge Art Group in the Castle Chamber.

Usual entry price is £7.35 (but on this day it is FREE)


The High Rocks lie in acres of breathtaking sandstone rocks. They are interlinked with eleven bridges and provide a scenic walk in a woodland setting. Once a Stone Age camp and now a Scheduled Ancient Monument, these impressive rocks were very popular among visitors to Tunbridge Wells from James II to Victorian and twenty first century tourists.(open[masked])

Usual entry price is £3.00 (but on this day it is FREE)

21.00 back in London

TOTAL: £30 + any entrance fee at the destinations

To confirm participation, please transfer £20 deposit via PayPal on [masked], please choose option transfer to friends and family to avoid PP fees )
Once transferred the deposit please do not forget to contact me (contact details below) and let me know about it.
Please note, if you never traveled with us before, you'd also need to leave me you phone number!

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with all the questions regarding the trip contact:
Anastasia on[masked]

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Dear Anastasia, you are planning a wonderful event and i would love to participate. Unfortunately, I am already booked with another group (going to Bath). Also, I have a consideration. i was looking for organized short (1-2 days) weekend trips around England, somewhere like Belgium, France or Netherlands. It would be nice if you could organize ones, say under the slogan "England beyond England" and which can include places to visit like Waterloo, for example. Cheers!

    September 10, 2013

    • Anastasia S.

      Hi Leonid, we do organise regularly excursions around UK, but not outside of it. It is our next step, but for the moment we are not quite ready.
      We tried to organise couple of times excursions to France and skiing in Alps, but there were not many people willing to go. So we stick with UK for the moment )
      Check our facebook page for the future excursions:

      September 10, 2013

  • Adrian

    This may seem an odd question but if the entrance to the sites is free then what's the 30 quid for!?

    September 10, 2013

    • Anastasia S.

      Hi Adrian,
      All these 3 locations are a quiet far from London. It is about 2 hours drive to Whitstable, and then another hour and a bit drive from Whitstable to Tonbridge castle.
      High Rocks are not that far from Tonbridge castle, but still it is far for walking.
      we gonna go there by 17-seater bus.
      So the price is to cover organisational cost and transport.
      To find out more, you can check our facebook page:

      September 10, 2013

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