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Really easy to find on the main tourist street. It's part of the Huguenot Museum, so follow the signs there.
Staff were friendly and helpful when we went. Shop had reasonably priced items the kids loved. Lots of great places advertised.
It was two years ago when we visited, but remember that it was highly enjoyable, and included a court room with a very good display. You could imagine yourself listening to an actual case in 17 something... Lots and lots more; this museum spread over...More
Easy to find, it is in the same building as the Huguenot Museum which can be seen form the railway station. There is access from that side and the High Street.
Plenty of leaflets, staffed information desk, an exhibition space with regular exhibitions and the...More
There is a lot of information here. Often displays of local art.
Informational films run and you can pick up brochures of ideas for things to do.
The staff are on hand to help you with recommendations depending on how much time you have in...More
Being frequent visitors to Rochester we often find ourselves in the visitors centre here either looking for programmes for the next festival or ‘days out’ ideas from the large collection of local attraction leaflets.
The visitors centre is located in the High Street and there...More
The Visitor Information Centre in the heart of historic Rochester is staffed with people who can make recommendations on what to see and do and they can tell you how to get there. They can also give you free maps and brochures, which is very...More
You'll all be familiar with the model tourist information centre dispensing leaflets about a town's hotels, restaurants and attractions, possibly giving away a free map from a roll, and selling the odd guide book or jar of locally made jam or chutney. But how many...More