Rochester Architecture Walking Tour

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Rochester Architecture Walking Tour is a 2.9 mile loop trail located near the city of Rochester that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking.

2.9 miles 200 feet Loop

kid friendly



A walk past Castles and Cathedrals on the Saxon Shore Way through the historic town of Rochester. Rochester, set on the banks of the River Medway, is an ideal place to start exploring the commercial, military and historical significance of the Saxon Shore Way. Look out for... - Resoration House where Charles II stayed in 1660 - The Vines - a garden, originally a monastry vineyard, tucked away behind the cathedral - La Providence - square of almshouses founded to provide homes for French Protestants fleeing to England - Romans and medieval remains of the city wall at Blue Boar Lane - Rochester Bridge - dramatic views of the busy River Medway and beyond Views of the North Downs

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