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Tilbury Fort is possibly the finest example of a bastioned 17th Century artillery fortress in the Britsh Isles. Today visitors can visit the original Guardhouse, Chapel and Gatehouse buildings as well as the huge eighteenth century gunpowder...more
All reviews audio guide english heritage couple of hours worth a visit sunny day small shop plenty of space power station entrance fee wander around great views of the thames few hours great place to visit across the river hot drinks great morning staff were very friendly
Well worth making the trip to see this great example of 17th century fort construction. Guide book and audio guide was good and the information on arrival was good. A great place to enjoy the Thames estuary and take a break from the industrial landscape...More
Good example of a fort but at £7 entry alone, but not able to see no musem, but the scene is amazing, we went on the day a renactment was taking place the 44th essex foot great shows and interaction made the maybe 1 hr...More
Called here and so glad we decided to stop. Very friendly staff. Very interesting site. Good to have an audio but a map of the route and some numbers at each info point would have improved the experience. Would recommend spending a couple of hours...More
Have previously been to Coalhouse fort (in East Tilbury) and didnt really know that this fort existed until recently, now I think we will be regular visitors.
Its a great place to visit / experience and understand as it has had a 'job' to do...More
The fort is hidden at the rear of Tilbury Docks and right on the river. It’s an unusual star shaped fort which is mostly unchanged since the late 17th century. The walls of the fort have large gun emplacements from the Second World War and...More
We arrived by Ferry from Gravesend. Simple but effective very reasonably priced. A short walk from the ferry on the Tilbury side past the “Worlds End Pub”. The exhibit is great form children where in this crazy world of health an safely can kids move...More
Had a fab time here, got heritage passes as a gift and wanted to make the most of them and this isn't to far from us. Not sure who enjoyed it more my husband or 7 year old son. Lots to see and really informative....More