Join a guided tour for a war-time discovery
Many tour operators offer a range of history and heritage themed trips, including WWI and WWII trips, taking the hassle away from booking your trip. Discover more about the various tours that are offered around the Kingdom of Kent and book today
Kent's Wartime Coast
This itinerary includes the Battle of Britain Museum, a visit to historic Dover Castle including the secret wartime tunnels, along with an enjoyable day out on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway.
Commemorating those who fought and lived through the two world wars last century, Churchill's Few day trip is the ideal opportunity to visit some very special memorial sites in Kent. A two course lunch will be served in a hotel on the outskirts of Dover.
Kent Victory Tour
Marking the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I and the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings which signified the "beginning of the end" of World War II, relive the nostalgia of World War II on this tour to Kent including visits to 4 historically important sites linked with wartime Britain.
Fairytales and Fortresses tour
Spend the day exploring two of Kent 's most fascinating castles. The fairytale, moated, Leeds Castle and the cliff top fortress, Dover Castle, described as the "Key to England " due to its defensive significance throughout history.
Wartime Kent (for visitors from the USA)
See some splendid scenery as we drive through towards Dover, pinpointing some of the plane crash sites and the later V1 and V2 rocket targets. Your guide will paint a poignant picture of what life was like for local residents during the turbulent 1940s. Visits include Dover Castle and Churchill's home - Chartwell.