Here are some useful links for anyone visiting Faversham and the surrounding area.
APCG (abbeyphysic.org) Abbey Physic Community Garden, open to the public on Fridays and Sundays. A much-loved tranquil space in the town.
Brogdale Collections National Fruit Collection Heritage Orchards The Collections orchards are a living history and heritage of fruit. Self guided tours are available everyday or there are lots of special events throughout the year, located a short distance outside the town
Creek Creative A centre providing studio, workshop and gallery space for local creative practitioners; workshops and training available.
Faversham Assembly Rooms Original Victorian Assembly Rooms in Preston Street. Dates back to the 1830’s and open for events and available to hire.
Faversham Literary Festival Held in February and features a diverse programme of talks and events.
Faversham Market Our town charter market runs on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, but there are also Antique, Best of and Christmas markets. Check the website for dates
Faversham Festival of Transport Held in May, a weekend of vintage cars, buses and motorcycles. on display throughout the town.
Oare Gunpowder Works Originally a very important site for the Gunpowder industry in Faversham, it's now a haven for wildlife and cherished green space.
Oare Marshes | Kent Wildlife Trust An important wetland with a range of bird species, just outside the town.
Historic Swale is an umbrella charity which supports member attractions and organisations in the three areas which make up the Swale district to collectively showcase the diverse and fascinating heritage which the Borough offers.
Faversham Society Archaeological Research Group Everything you need to know about archaeology in Faversham and who to contact to get involved.
Visit Swale Local authority tourism site, including things to do and where to stay.
Visit Kent Official tourism site for Kent – destinations, activities, special offers, etc.
Shepherd Neame Brewery Britain’s oldest brewer offers tours of the Brewery and a shop in the heart of Faversham.
Mount Ephraim Country estate close to Faversham and open to the public including gardens, shop etc.
Doddington Place Gardens The lovely landscaped gardens, recognised of being of historical importance by English Heritage, are set in the grounds of an imposing Victorian mansion and cover ten acres.
Belmont House Fine Georgian Country House, open to the public and featuring the largest collection of historic clocks and watches in private ownership.