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All reviewscourtyard gardenshort storycharles dickensalms houselittle gemwell worth a visitthe upper floorsopening timespretty gardenhistorical houserochester high streetold houserun by volunteersinteresting placeinteresting historystep back in timepiece of history
Really sweet well looked after and felt steeped in authentic Dickensian history. Would recommend popping in. There was a table top sale the Sunday we visited. The small walled garden is pretty and nice to wander around on a sunny day.
Free to go in, they ask for donations. Very interesting and person on hand who is more than happy to give you all the basic info so you don’t have to read all the boards if you don’t want to. The room set ups give...More
This old house is a place of historic interest located on the high street and it can visited for free (though donations are very welcomed).
Built to host six poor travellers, it has become popular thanks to the Dickens' short story entitled The Seven Poor...More
This house is on the high street and free to enter. Although there is not a huge amount to it is well worth a visit and very interesting. The walled garden is a delight and the people who run it are very passionate and helpful.
Have been to Rochester many times and not seen this open. What a treat! No entry charge and whilst it is small it gives you another insight into Rochester’s history seen through the eyes of Charles Dickens. Well worth a visit if you’re passing. Lovely...More