This summer, we are providing bus trips for our weekend campers to Rochester on Saturday, June 9.
Rochester is a historical hub at the lowest bridging point of the River Medway. The city was a favourite of the legendary Victorian writer, Charles Dickens, who based many of his novels on the area. The city is full of history which dates back centuries, so there’s so much for you to explore and delve into. Embrace the stunning architecture of Rochester Cathedral – the city’s spiritual home – and take in the magnificent views from Rochester Castle. Together, the striking twins dominate the skyline so you can’t help but stare in admiration.
Alternatively, you can adventure around the centre of Rochester with a spot of window-shopping. If that’s not your cup of tea either, then you can take it easy by making your way around the eclectic café and restaurant culture the city has to offer.
If you’re interested in spending a day in Rochester, you should note that there are three buses running the trip – the first bus leaves at 10am from Detling and returns at 1pm, the second bus leaves at 12pm from Detling and returns at 3pm, and the third and final bus leaves Detling at 2pm, returning at 5pm.
The bus will pick up and drop off at the Main Coach Drop Off Point at the rear of the Tourist Information Centre.
Each trip is FREE.