Britain’s biggest and best-preserved Napoleonic Fort, step back in history at Fort Amherst.
With over 300 years of history Fort Amherst was one of the key defences of Medway and Britain and has now been restored for all to enjoy. Whether you wish to discover the importance of defending Britain against land-based attack during the Napoleonic War or learn how the Fort was used during both World Wars, Fort Amherst truly does step through the ages.
Fort Amherst has over 20 acres of green spaces, including Medway’s highest point, which are all free of charge to explore at your leisure. Alternatively join us for a daily tunnel tour*, exploring this once secret network of tunnels and how they have been used through the ages up to the present, having been included in several major films.
With regular events held throughout the year, secret tunnels to explore and not forgetting The Pantry Café to enjoy a delicious lunch or cream tea, Fort Amherst offers a great value for money day out for all the family.Visit Website
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